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resent (ree ZENT) (verb), resents; resented; resenting
1. To feel or to show bitterness or indignation because of some act, remark, etc.; or toward another person, from a sense of being verbally injured or offended: Howard resented the insinuation that he was a coward because he refused to join the military.
2. Etymology: from French ressentir, "to be angry"; from Old French resentir, "to feel strongly"; a compound verb from the intensive prefix re- + sentir, "to feel"; which came from Latin sentire, "to feel".
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