ingratitude ingratitude


  • (n) a lack of gratitude


  1. That feeling prompted many in France to wince at the British tabloid accusations of wartime fecklessness and current ingratitude.
  2. The act ranked high among samples of the ingratitude of republics.
  3. Orphan: A living person whom death has deprived of the power of filial ingratitude.


  • NANCY BAKER: A garden grumble

    This year's garden is killing me. Not the work, but the ingratitude. Last year's garden did not have raised beds or good dirt.
    on July 11, 2013     Source: Savannah Morning News


  1. "They are not wanted in Southern India, Assam and also Punjab and Chandigarh. The Biharis have antagonised local population wherever they had settled. The UP-Bihari MPs have shown their ingratitude towards Mumbai and Maharashtra with an anti-Marathi...
    on Mar 5, 2008 By: Raj Thackeray Source: Business Standard

  2. In his address, the Pope said: "Christ guides us towards goodness and does not let us be disarmed by ingratitude."
    on Mar 29, 2010 By: Pope Benedict XVI Source: Ottawa Citizen

  3. "The analogy I used is the slippery slope everybody talks about is lined with ingratitude and a lack of humility. I think that's where people fail, especially after they've been successful. I don't want us to fall into that trap," Maddon said....
    on Feb 15, 2009 By: Joe Maddon Source: International Herald Tribune

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