Similarly, loggers feel put upon
by efforts to save the endangered northern spotted owl.
Maybe you feel put upon
by certain people and need to say no more often.
The children required to attend a school after school feel put upon
when they look upon their carefree American schoolmates.
2) Doctors who feel put upon
by information overload, patient demands, complaints and growing requirements from employers, colleges, medical boards and government, will be resistant to any additional regulation of their activity.
When you say the rich feel put upon
by paying more taxes, and that we shouldn't vilify the banks, and that Tim Geithner "walks on water," at least you're being honest about your principles--and your interest, too.
However, if Pakistanis feel put upon
, there is some justification.
They don't feel put upon
but it is more challenging as for most it is compulsory to go to work for financial reasons.
Apart from his goals, and that double in particular, people like Maradona tend to chime with us because, like us, there is something in their psyche that makes them feel put upon
It is, after all, a national pastime for them to feel put upon
by the English.
It is important that we argue, or debate, in a manner that we don't feel put upon
at the end of it,'' said Councilman Bob Kellar.
In the 19th century, for example, travelers in rural America thought nothing of sharing a bed with a complete stranger; today, middle-class children feel put upon
if they must share a bedroom with one of their own siblings.
It is no surprise that corporate tax executives with poor communication skills feel put upon
by upper management.
Katherine, The Taming of the Shrew (Stubborn, intelligent, forthright, fearless) From "Plain Kate" via "Kate the Curst" to "Bonny Kate", Katherine Minola's story speaks to all who feel put upon
and overlooked in life.
If you feel put upon
, this will lead to resentment.
The next time you feel put upon
or find yourself saying yes to something you would much rather not do, get a grip.