from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Not feeling or exhibiting appreciation.
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- adj. Not appreciative
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not feeling or expressing gratitude
Gervais also took digs at the "Sex & the City 2" stars by stating that he was sure the team that airbrushed the poster would win the award for special effects, chastised Steve Carell for being "unappreciative" and leaving "The Office," and claimed Sandra Bullock told him backstage that she thought that "poor people were gross and smelled bad."
Now, I am certainly not writing this essay to rave about how "unappreciative" or
Cut to Jon banishing Mady and Cara from the site for being "unappreciative" and then begrudging the sextuplets their fun exploring a firetruck while he stayed outside selling lemonade.
According to Plutarch, it follows that Arcesilaus 'skepticism is compatible with action and that Colotes fails to see this because the nuances of Arcesilaus' views get from him the kind of unappreciative attention “a performance on the lyre gets from an ass” (Mor.
Nothing is less appealing, and nothing is more comical, than an unappreciative person.
I often lectured her about being ungrateful and unappreciative.
You have me thinking, ‘poor Penelope Fitzgerald!’ and wanting to go rescue her books from unappreciative bookshops or something.
I feel uncomfortable stopping before the person next to me for fear of being judged that I am an unappreciative audience member.
The show is about minor personality dust-ups between said women, about who slighted who, who was unappreciative of what favor, who has more money (and status) than who.
And because she did not -- most likely she deemed me unappreciative -- I cried all the way home on the three-mile tramp from the school to the ranch.