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  • n. Plural form of ingrate.

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Examples

  • METROPOLIS — Today, Superman took time out of his busy schedule to save a bus full of worthless fucking ingrates from a certain doom they almost certainly deserved.

    COMMENTS UFF ZE VEEK!

  • my people of shrinking ambition beg at least the respect of a grave barring that a memory barring that you learned my people who say liberty are called ingrates who ask equality are called parasites my people who cry brother die seven deaths my people are Abel's ghost in exile

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  • The immediate successor of the ingrates was a mouse bestowed upon me by one of the stable hands.

    When Grandmamma Was New The Story of a Virginia Childhood

  • They wouldn't be so feeling clever if Wenger calls the ingrates' bluff and heads off to Real Madrid where he would lose every

    The Guardian World News

  • Doing favours for self-absorbed, entitled ingrates is a mug's game: It just leads to bitterness on the part of the favour-giver.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • It's depressing how many people are going on about how the Iraqis are "ingrates" for not praising the US for giving them new water treatment plants &c.

    bush gets the boot in iraq, but the u.s. isn't going anywhere

  • "Trouble was" confided the stalking donkey the PLP "ingrates" actually had lined up instead "Bob actually believed he could have won".

    PMQs: Stalking Horse Brady Sunk Without Trace

  • Her replacement, a grizzled lifer who refers to employers as "ingrates," puts up more of a fight - literally, in one scene, where she and Raquel come to blows - only to eventually head for the hills.

    AltWeeklies.com Site Feed

  • "ingrates" were in New York, on their "uppers," and that they could not accomplish the trip to Crowndale unless railroad tickets were provided.

    Green Fancy

  • a grizzled lifer who refers to employers as "ingrates," puts up more of a fight - literally, in one scene, where she and Raquel come to blows - only to eventually head for the hills.

    Houston Press | Complete Issue

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