[ UK /ʌnɡɹˈe‍ɪtfə‍l/ ]
[ US /ənˈɡɹeɪtfəɫ/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. disagreeable
    I will not perform the ungrateful task of comparing cases of failure
  2. not feeling or showing gratitude
    How sharper than a serpent's tooth it is / To have a thankless child!
    ungrateful heirs
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How To Use ungrateful In A Sentence

  • How could I be so ungrateful when everything they had done had been in my own best interests?
  • Then the Emir Salamah and his wife and household and all the tribesmen donned garbs black-hued and ashes whereupon to sit they strewed, and ungrateful to them was the taste of food and drink, meat and wine; nor ceased they to beweep their loss, nor could they comprehend what had befallen their son and what of ill-lot had descended upon him from Heaven. Arabian nights. English
  • Either way, Al Jaber is the ungrateful recipient after clattering into the back of Joaquin.
  • Do you realize what this means for me, you ungrateful wretch?
  • If “instances of my ungrateful behaviour had been particularized, I would have answered to them.” George Washington’s First War
  • My hits did go up to about 200 since yesterday so why am I being an ungrateful wretch?
  • The precious little darlings soon become ungrateful little brats when they discover that Santa was on a budget and couldn't afford the most expensive toy in the universe.
  • Not only did this make him appear ungrateful, it also made him appear like a 4th grader who can't follow directions.
  • And so i adventitial to the neuroanatomical of orizaba a solace with me ungratefully i go so that i can skidpan a needless of the fun. Rational Review
  • These ungrateful wretches are apparently arguing that very few of them actually live beyond that age!
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