ungratefulness


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a lack of gratitude

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Finally, Hanson decries what he views as the ungratefulness of Mexican immigrants, explaining they might have ten times their former status in Mexico, yet be churlish because their residence lacks central air conditioning.
started the tear of the motherland's bosom, because of some colonists who paid with ungratefulness the hospitality that was offered to them" (20).
From a historical perspective it is quite interesting to observe that the Kurdish intellectuals have participated actively in strengthening the political parties and in bearing them to a sort of power, but, as a reward they have been met with, to say the least, ungratefulness.
So they are surprised, surprised and shocked, by the ungratefulness of the Arab inhabitants.
However, Stewart understood that her Black audience could not idly stand too far away because it would illustrate a sign of ungratefulness toward others who have already articulated their voice amidst the growing abolitionist regime.
Fletcher (Mercury, March 30) who thinks a rise for teachers is a sign of ungratefulness.
For a Canadian city near the border to enjoy the protection of the American nuclear shield while noisily declaring itself holier than the Yanks who were defending them was hypocrisy and ungratefulness, not just political masturbation.
government and American society in general to exaggerate (and oversimplify) perceived French ingratitude for American contributions to their own preservation of sovereignty--twice in the same century--and German ungratefulness for the substantial postwar reconstruction that brought West Germany quickly back into the community of nations.
The latter argued in his Mathnawi that the main mission of the prophets had always been their resistance against the worship of apparent causes, since this delusion opened the gates of polytheism and ungratefulness.
He states that Florence's neighbors show their ungratefulness by their poor treatment of a city that has done them no wrong.
52) The opening line of the letter is from Micah 6: 3, and is the opening of a rather harsh rebuke by God directed towards Israel on account of the people's ungratefulness.
Joe Connelly, Glasgow, said: "If there was an Olympic Games for ungratefulness then Alan Stubbs would win the gold medal hands down.
Uniquely celebrated, anointed by, and in part beholden to mainstream cultural power for his success, Wilson has been not so subtly charged by infuriated whites with ungratefulness.
They both ultimately succumbed to ungratefulness and disloyalty.
What couldn't be tolerated is the perceived ungratefulness and sometimes expressions of even envy and hatred from the people that they are trying to help.