Definitions

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  • adjective Not providing gratification.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adjective not likely to be rewarded

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Mr. SIEGEL: Well, I think there are there is extremist rhetoric, certainly, but I think long ago, the American political landscape became defined by titillating incidents rather than ungratifying facts or policy positions.

    Decoding 2010 Political Attack Buzzwords

  • Mr. SIEGEL: Well, I think there are there is extremist rhetoric, certainly, but I think long ago, the American political landscape became defined by titillating incidents rather than ungratifying facts or policy positions.

    Decoding 2010 Political Attack Buzzwords

  • Last Chapter is heavy with remorse and pain, and when Peter Torbiörnsson finally confronts Thomas Borge -- the Sandinista probably most responsible for ordering the slaughter in the press conference -- the results are ungratifying.

    Stewart Nusbaumer: Film Reviews: After the Wars

  • Last Chapter is heavy with remorse and pain, and when Peter Torbiörnsson finally confronts Thomas Borge -- the Sandinista probably most responsible for ordering the slaughter in the press conference -- the results are ungratifying.

    Stewart Nusbaumer: Film Reviews: After the Wars

  • Last Chapter is heavy with remorse and pain, and when Peter Torbiörnsson finally confronts Thomas Borge -- the Sandinista probably most responsible for ordering the slaughter in the press conference -- the results are ungratifying.

    Stewart Nusbaumer: Film Reviews: After the Wars

  • Last Chapter is heavy with remorse and pain, and when Peter Torbiörnsson finally confronts Thomas Borge -- the Sandinista probably most responsible for ordering the slaughter in the press conference -- the results are ungratifying.

    Stewart Nusbaumer: Film Reviews: After the Wars

  • Last Chapter is heavy with remorse and pain, and when Peter Torbiörnsson finally confronts Thomas Borge -- the Sandinista probably most responsible for ordering the slaughter in the press conference -- the results are ungratifying.

    Stewart Nusbaumer: Film Reviews: After the Wars

  • Work from there and create a win-win situation rather than a silly and ungratifying win-lose scenario. development

    Archive 2004-01-01

  • Work from there and create a win-win situation rather than a silly and ungratifying win-lose scenario. development

    notes from the peanut gallery

  • Looking back, though, I think ungratifying is the wrong word.

    What have I got myself into? Part 3

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