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  • n  a person who shows no gratitude

  • TRIPOLI: Nelson Mandela is no ingrate, and he went to extraordinary lengths to prove it Wednesday by becoming the most important head of state to visit Colonel Gaddhafi in four years.
  • Head's defection turned him from hero to ingrate among some of the tennis crowd back home in Australia, but that did not seem to ruffle Lew Hoad.
  • Since that's true, please explain why it was a good idea to have already spent under TARP--for my family only, on a per capita, $12,500 to bail out a bunch of ingrate financiers .
News & Articles

  • Porky and Buddy Pet Health – Help! My Puppy Destroys His Toys
    My new adopted pal, Bubba, a black lab mix, is about nine months old now and he is perfect in every way except one. He is an ingrate! No, really. I keep buying him toys and he keeps destroying them - all of them. It is so frustrating! I would really like to be able to play with him all the time, fetch, or tug of war, or whatever. Continue reading ? The post Porky and Buddy Pet Health – Help! My ...
    July 14, 2013 - Oswego County Today
Quotes

  • Guillermo del Toro in San Bernardino Sun
    I'd be an ingrate if I weren't very pleased with three Academy Awards and over $32 million at the US box office,said del Toro, whose Gothic adult fairy tale was recently screened at the White House.
  • Olusegun Obasanjo in THISDAY
    Obasanjo described him as "an ingrate, a bastard and foolish person who because of the deceit of the people who said he is popular put himself into trouble".
  • Bob Dole in Politico
    That would have taken integrity and courage but then you would have had credibility and your complaints could have been aired objectively,Dole concludes. "You're a hot ticket now but don't you, deep down, feel like a total ingrate?"

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