ungrudgingly

ADVERB
  1. in a generous and ungrudging manner
    he ungrudgingly agreed to pay for everybody's dinner when the guests found themselves without cash
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How To Use ungrudgingly In A Sentence

  • But people either have your back and you have theirs ungrudgingly, or you keep looking. Carolyn Hax: Her 'perfect' dad set high bar for men to clear
  • You supported me ungrudgingly during my time at university, and you kept every letter some 200 of them I wrote when I was teaching abroad. A letter to … my father
  • he ungrudgingly agreed to pay for everybody's dinner when the guests found themselves without cash
  • A real screamer, so long as it is a safe distance from goal, will be ungrudgingly applauded by opposition fans.
  • We have to accept the fact ungrudgingly that English continues to be the bridge of understanding between different communities of the country.
  • We must be prepared to make heroic sacrifices for the cause of peace that we make ungrudgingly for the cause of war.
  • But if any of you lacks wisdom, he should ask God who gives to all generously and ungrudgingly, and he will be given it. First Chapter - St. James
  • Such balance isn't something you can just decide unilaterally to have; each of you has to establish your side of the equation, ungrudgingly, on faith, at a pace that feels right. Carolyn Hax: Divorced dad is torn over move to be with girlfriend
  • Never saw anything better," King admitted ungrudgingly, as the mare came back at a walk to her picket rope. In The Time Of Light
  • Twenty British officers hunted up and down for the places supposed to have been reserved for them, and sweating servants hurried after them with arms full of heterogeneous baggage, swearing at the crowd that swore back ungrudgingly. In The Time Of Light
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