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- adj. ungracious; unkind.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Ungracious; unkind.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
She stood by lousy advisors, didn't have a plan for an end-game, played cynical politics, threw the kitchen sink at a FELLOW democrat and was ingracious and acted entitled the whole way.
In short, beneath that smooth, calm veneer, Barack Obama was ingracious and rude in a setting designed to epitomize the opposite.
I can quantify only in the vaguest way (e.g., “a shitload”) the parties, coffeehouse meetings, and pre-colloquium introductions where socialist horseshit was used as a source of comraderie, while expressing a conservative or libertarian viewpoint in that situation would have seemed at best ingracious and at worst bellicose.
I spoke carefully and didn't cuss or act ingracious.
But from him, it sounds ingracious and ungrateful.
If you want to make a comment about something in an ingracious way, feel free to do it on the public airways.
It would be ingracious of him, of course, because he made $100 million with RSS.
All you ingracious losers have learned nothing from Sen. McCain's great example last night.
The fever seems to have broken and, in any case, I can't afford to take another day off work at 75% pay; and after all, I inconvenienced a coworker yesterday by asking her to do a 20-second task that wasn't her job and which I couldn't do from home - forwarding some email that my boss had received over the weekend to a business meeting he was attending yesterday - thereby ruining her entire week, which she informed me with her usual ingracious sarcasm in a strange emailed tirade just another reason to hope all the executive secretary resumes I've been emailing out lead to at least a few interviews!
3 IF McCain DOESN'T reciprocate in some way, independant voters may think that he is ingracious.
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