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- n. The state of being ungrateful.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state or character of being ungrateful, in any sense.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a lack of gratitude
With last year's riots in Lhasa aimed at ethnic Han Chinese (who comprise 96% of the country's population), popular opinion has turned against the Tibetans for their "ungratefulness" for Chinese investment in their destitute alpine homeland.
'ungratefulness' when I mentioned in passing on this blog that I hadn't edited or rewritten a piece that had gone live and felt bad about it - apparently I was 'insulting the editors'!
[[[Is there nay proof of this said 'ungratefulness'?
With the pressure of having to be everywhere to save everyone all the time (and the greediness and ungratefulness of the “humans” he saved), Tony took a 10-minute break.
Covetousness causes ungratefulness, greediness, and ungodliness.
But when you are saturated in covetousness it causes ungratefulness.
I guess it was only fair that history would repeat itself and bestow that ungratefulness upon me.
Right-wingers get traction when they talk about the ungratefulness.
Thereupon Dan Cullen sat up on his crazy couch and pronounced anathema upon her and all her breed; and she fled, to return no more, strongly impressed with the ungratefulness of the poor.
And the missionary went away, to return no more, likewise impressed with the ungratefulness of the poor.
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