Your Daily Word Prompt – #Rankle – #YDWordPrompt July 6, 2021

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Today’s Word:  Rankle  

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Rankle

rang-kuhl ]   
verb (used without object), ran·kled, ran·kling.
  • (of unpleasant feelings, experiences, etc.) to continue to cause keen irritation or bitter resentment within the mind; fester; be painful.
  • verb (used with object), ran·kled, ran·kling.
  • to cause keen irritation or bitter resentment in:His colleague’s harsh criticism rankled him for days.

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