- r in a generous and ungrudging manner
he ungrudgingly agreed to pay for everybody's dinner when the guests found themselves without cash
- They should "count it a privilege to share in such self-denials" as rationing entails, "accept ungrudgingly the greatly increased taxation," cut personal expenses hard "in order .
- It is mind boggling to see the adoration and the financial rewards that contemporary society ungrudgingly offers players of sports, games and music in comparison with the .
- Rather, he was a decent man who ungrudgingly kept up his child-support payments and arranged to spend a month every year with his two daughters, 7 and 6, who live in Lincoln .
- Barney Frank in The Hill
I urge you going forward to be ungrudgingly cooperative,Frank said, adding that the banks must "make some sacrifices."