grudgingly in A Sentence

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    So you Grudgingly start some Work.

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    And gives a little, Grudgingly?

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    And gives a little, and then Grudgingly?

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    They do not come to the prayer except lazily and spend Grudgingly.

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    Yet, as time passed and our life settled into new routines, I Grudgingly accepted him.

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    Though imperfect, they earnestly endeavor to respond to theocratic direction, not Grudgingly, but readily, from the heart.

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    Even some serious critics of colonial rule Grudgingly grant that the British brought modern medicine to India.

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    By the 1860s, the progressive tax had become a Grudgingly accepted element of the English fiscal system.

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    Think about S(my son)” speeches were given to me to make me agree, Grudgingly though, to the second innings of marriage.

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    I believed that acting as a host was a waste of my abilities, but I also couldn't refuse, so I Grudgingly agreed.

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    Adding chicory or postum to the coffee, or, in really desperate circumstances, used alone as a coffee substitute, was also Grudgingly practiced.

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    Every man, according as he purposes in his heart so let him give not Grudgingly or necessity for God loves a cheerful giver.".

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    Let each man give according as he has determined in his heart; not Grudgingly, or under compulsion; for God loves a cheerful giver.

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    You have probably seen people who are inclined to obey laws Grudgingly, out of fear of a penalty. Respect for principles precludes such an attitude.

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    So, Grudgingly, the health care reformers and progressive politicians behind Medicare built their program of government-funded health policies for the elderly around the insurance company model.

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    Nothing prevents the acceptance of what they spend except that they do not believe in God and His Apostle, and come to worship but languidly and spend only Grudgingly.

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    European historians of the early 20th century Grudgingly accepted the period of Indian history as beginning from around 2500 BCE, with the supposed origin of its predecessor, the Vedic religion.

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    Nothing prevents their offerings from being accepted except that they do not believe in Allah and His Messenger. They do not come to the prayer except lazily and spend Grudgingly.

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    The apostle Paul wrote:“ Let each one do just as he has resolved in his heart, not Grudgingly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver.”​ - 2 Corinthians 8: 12; 9: 7.

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    Nothing prevents that their expendings be accepted except that they disbelieve in Allah and His Messenger, and whenever they come to the Prayer they do so lazily, and whenever they spend they do so Grudgingly.

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    However, after making these statements, the MLB brass gave him a stern talking to, no doubt telling him he would also be ejected from every game he didn't wear his helmet, and the next game he was Grudgingly wearing said helmet.

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