Examples of ingratitude in a Sentence
their daughter's ingratitude for all that they have done for her is truly appalling
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Yet ingratitude toward America is central to the Left’s worldview — further reinforcing the unhappiness of its adherents.
This is an appearance unbecoming a public institution and, considering Jurich’s many achievements, indicative of ingratitude.
The president* throws a nutty over Gorsuch’s towering ingratitude.
Western indifference is a product of more than ingratitude.
A treacherous President stood in the way; and it can be easily seen how reluctant good men might be to admit an apostasy which involved so much of baseness and ingratitude.
Her good fortune had been given to her by her parents; to throw it away was a gesture of ingratitude.
Diski riskily interrogates the ingratitude lurking beneath her feelings toward Lessing — the aristocratic savior (of the Communist-Sufi-literary variety) to her Dickensian waif.
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INGRATITUDE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of ingratitude for English Language Learners
: lack of proper appreciation or thanks for something (such as a kind or helpful act) : lack of gratitude
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