How to Pronounce grudges?

Correct pronunciation for the word "grudges" is [ɡɹˈʌd͡ʒɪz], [ɡɹˈʌd‍ʒɪz], [ɡ_ɹ_ˈʌ_dʒ_ɪ_z].

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"Grudges" in context

Grudges are negative feelings of resentment or ill will towards someone or something. They can form from real and perceived wrongs, resulting in a strong and sometimes long-lasting urge to seek revenge or retribution. Grudges can stem from a variety of experiences, such as past hurts, loss, and humiliation. In addition, grudges often arise as a result of feeling that one has been wronged in some way, particularly when there is a perceived injustice or disrespect.

Grudges can impact relationships and have a negative effect on mental health. The longer a grudge is held, the more stress and resentment can build up.

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