gratefulness gratefulness


  • (n) warm friendly feelings of gratitude



  1. Rorem's feelings of admiration, doubt, jealousy and gratefulness for these figures inspire the sharpest sketches in a book crammed with sharp sketches.
  2. But Gore's lawyers will be hard-pressed to get him a stay of what the newspapers will call, with some gratefulness, a 5-4 political execution.


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  1. "We feel a lot of gratefulness for the Chinese people for the very warm and friendly manner in which they treated Jewish people both in Shanghai and in Harbin," Olmert said.
    on Jan 9, 2007 By: Ehud Olmert Source: China Daily

  2. "It's so hard to put into words, the gratefulness that you feel for what they are doing," Phillips said. "It's just so overwhelming. There's so much you want to say to them, and you feel like you can't put it into words, because it's not...
    on Jul 4, 2007 By: Andy Phillips Source: Colorado Rockies News

  3. Norville describes it as an active, aware process: "It's the knowing and the recognition, the acknowledgment and the gratefulness for the benefit you've received."
    on Oct 17, 2007 By: Deborah Norville Source: San Jose Mercury News

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