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- adj. displeasing; ungrateful; ingrate
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Displeasing; ungrateful; ingrate.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not agreeable.
- n. An ungrateful person; an ingrate.
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Indeed, my dear and ever indulgent aunt Selby, you have given me pain; and yet I am very ungrate-ful, I believe, to say so: but if I feel the pain (though perhaps I ought not) should I not own it?
Charming creature! he called me, with passion in his look and accent: then, Cruel, proud, ungrate-ful: and swore by his Maker, that if I would not give my hand instantly, instead of exalting me, he would humble me.
I were an ungrate not to speak well of her, 'We get a glimpse of Maria and her husband long years afterwards when a pensioner in a Spanish almshouse revealed himself as the son of
-- 'Tis a small misfortune to oblige an ungrate - ful man; but it is unbearable to be obliged by a scoundrel.
Achilles, thus affronted, complains to his mother Thetis; and begs her to revenge his injury, not only on the general, but on all the army, by giving vidlory to the Trojans, till the ungrate - ful king became fenfible of his injuftice.
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An ungrate - ful foil, which is not improveahle by culture, hath forced them to have recourfe to filhing, though the fea, which they can fcarce venture up tion of their charader.
"Your requests are high honors, which only an ungrate would refuse.
"Heed her not," said sister Lucille, perusing in (he features of Juliette the expression of sadness j "she is ungrate - ful for kindness, and dead to the soft al - leviations of friendship. '