tr.v. re·sent·ed, re·sent·ing, re·sents
To feel indignantly aggrieved at.
[French ressentir, to feel (a sensation or emotion), resent, from Old French resentir : re-, re- + sentir, to feel (from Latin sentīre; see sent- in the Appendix of Indo-European roots).]
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