From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhard feelingshard feelingsa) anger between people because of something that has happened We’d known each other too long for hard feelings. I have no hard feelings towards Steve. b) no hard feelings spoken used to tell someone that you do not want to be angry with them or for them to be angry with you I’m sorry it didn’t work out, but no hard feelings, eh? → hard
Examples from the Corpusno hard feelings• And she bore Arnie no hard feelings.• But there were no hard feelings.• It was all over months ago and, as far as he knew, with no hard feelings.• But there'd been no hard feelings between me and Albert.• Just to show there's no hard feelings, here's a picture of Nigel's stylish new look.• No hard feelings, Stu. You had every right to be angry with me.• He insisted he has no hard feelings toward the club, which tried to trade him prior to the draft.