from The Century Dictionary.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Ungrateful; thankless; unappreciative.
- adjective Unpleasing to the sense; distasteful; offensive.
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ungrateful; not grateful
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The economy will eventually turn around and it will happen soon, unfortunately americans have become so clueless, partisan and ingrateful, that america will be stuck in soul less and angy recovery for years to come.
They're ingrateful, self-deluded, self-important imperlialists just like the GOP.
August 1st, 2006 at 4: 20 pm mylanta says: those ingrateful refugees are leaving because they hate our freedom and our way of life! good riddance!
I think these ingrateful people should be subject to a fine just as I would be if I called an ambulence or fire rescue….this is uncalled for and should be corrected and not 5 years down the road either…thank you Ken Martin
The story, created by cherry-picking a few outrageous lines from the Jeopardy! champion's generally modest and self-effacing blog, was a simple one: ingrateful winner slams, bashes, blasts, jabs, bites, and even backstabs the show.
Geez–the fuckin ingrateful Iraqis are pissed cause we blew up their houses and killed their aunties–INGRATES
What they grew dissatisfied with was Bush's bungling, his ineptitude driving oil to 80 bucks a barrel and putting America in diplomatic isolation as a Christian Zionist-led pack of cowboys, and the idea that we are stuck there nation-building for a pack of ingrateful Arab shitheads that would as soon as kill us than dip their purple fingers.
If I knew what it was about; and that either, upon their first acquaintance, was for benefiting herself by the other; I might contrive to serve them both, without hurting myself: for these are the most prudent ways of doing friendships, and what are not followed by regrets, though the served should prove ingrateful.
But, nevertheless, I should be desirous to know (if thou wilt proceed) by what gradations, arts, and contrivances thou effectest thy ingrateful purpose.
Ingratitude is monstrous, and for the multitude to be ingrateful, were to make a monster of the multitude: of the which we being members, should bring ourselves to be monstrous members.