Examples of thankless in a Sentence
a thankless boss who seems oblivious to the extra effort his subordinates have made
the thankless job of cleaning up after a party
Recent Examples of thankless from the Web
Announcing the second round of the NBA draft is a thankless job because no one is paying much attention.
When compiling a list of America’s most thankless jobs, teachers, policemen, IRS agents and MLS referees are four occupations that immediately come to mind.
The thankless task of covering for Trump’s verbal stampedes could well explain why leading law firms have turned down invitations to represent Trump in the Russia investigation.
Miranda Richardson has the thankless role of Churchill's wife, who has to put up with those cigars and mood swings.
Miranda Richardson has the thankless role of Churchill’s wife, who has to put up with those cigars and mood swings.
The handful of men who carry out the most thankless of tasks for the Pittsburgh Penguins are a rag-tag group thrown together by circumstance and a touch of foresight by general manager Jim Rutherford.
Hall’s real-life husband, Clifton Hall, also is moving in the rather thankless role of Diana’s well-meaning but benighted husband, Dan.
Cybersecurity researchers responding to the recent WannaCry attack that infected computers around the globe have come to the conclusion: Saving the world is a thankless job.
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First Known Use of thankless
THANKLESS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of thankless for English Language Learners
: difficult and not valued by other people
: not showing or feeling thanks
THANKLESS Defined for Kids
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