No, the word resent is a verb with two meanings. Resent can mean to feel bitter, indignant, or displeasure from a sense of injury or insult. A noun form is resentment.Resent is also a verb for 'to send again'.
The reaction "I resent that" means that the speaker objects to a statement made about him or his actions. It means that he views a characterization or implication as offensive or demeaning.
I resent that!
Respent is not a word. Could you mean resent, to feel aggrieved about something or toward somebody?
To "greatly dislike" something or to "feel bitter" about something.
"resent" = "mal supporter"
Resentful is the adjective for the verb resent
Why did the colonists resent the Currency Act?
I resent the implication that I'm a "know it all"!
The noun forms for the verb to resent are resentfulness and resentment.
It means you may need psycatric help.
You should not lend money to your friends; if you do, either you will have to bother your friend to repay the loan, which will make your friend resent you, or your friend will not repay the loan, which will make you resent your friend.
The difference between 'resent' and 'recent' is, the word 'resent' is a synonym to the word 'hate' or 'dislike', while 'recent' refers to something that occurred a short time ago, or recently.
Ordinary citizens resent the intrusion of government into intimate decisions.
PureNRG's most resent and last album is "GRADUATION THE BEST OF PURENRG"!
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God does does not resent those who do not fear him, nor does he resent those who do not believe in him. He cherishes all.
I resent the letter to mrs.markham because she said it didn't go through so she needed another copy.