[ UK /ɪnɡɹˈe‍ɪt/ ]
  1. a person who shows no gratitude
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How To Use ingrate In A Sentence

  • While we're talking about Moroni worshipers, can you do me a favor and ask Mitt Romney why he's such an ingrate toward Mexicans? Gustavo Arellano: ¡ASK A MEXICAN!: Special Mormon Edition
  • 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. Bob Harris: Ken Jennings, Icarus, and Miss Puerto Rico: A Theory of Why Our Leadership Sucks
  • Geez–the fuckin ingrateful Iraqis are pissed cause we blew up their houses and killed their aunties–INGRATES Firedoglake » Shameful
  • Conservative propagandists have sold taxpayers on the notion that welfare recipients are ingrates dependent on wasteful programs perpetuating idleness.
  • 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. The number of Americans who have died in the Iraq war...
  • IV. iii.188 (361,1) Let it no more bring out ingrateful man!] [W: out to ungrateful] It is plain that _bring out_ is _bring forth_, with which the following lines correspond so plainly, that the commentator might be suspected of writing his note without reading the whole passage. Notes to Shakespeare, Volume III: The Tragedies
  • Luy declarasmes comme a tord et injustment nous estions affligez, dilayez, et fort ingratemeut manniez et troublez, en nostre dicte grande et pesante matiere de marriage par la particuliere affection de l'empereur et du pape. The Reign of Henry the Eighth, Volume 1 (of 3)
  • I suppose you ingrates want a slightly more expansive critique of one of the lowlights of Melbourne theatre in 2005?
  • Many English people see us as whining ingrates.
  • 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! Think Progress » 20,000 Iraqis displaced in 10 days.
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