Resent

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IntensityPlay
Resentment implies deep and lasting negative feelings, stronger than annoyance or irritation. SlideShe resented her coworker's rude comments for months.
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Unfair TreatmentPlay
Use 'resent' when you feel you've been treated worse than others or unjustly. SlideHe resented being overlooked for the promotion.
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Suppressed EmotionPlay
Resentment is often a feeling kept inside rather than expressed directly. SlideShe quietly resented her friend's constant lateness.