[uh-pree-shuh-tiv, -shee-uh-, -shee-ey-]
- feeling or showing appreciation: an appreciative audience at the concert.
Origin of appreciative
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Examples from the Web for unappreciative
The mix of cooking segments, pop concerts, and celebrity interviews is met with an unappreciative murmur.‘CBS This Morning’ Success Brings With It a Certain Swagger
July 22, 2013
But yet he knew himself to be a backward, slow, unappreciative man.Is He Popenjoy?
The best water in California, but the author is unappreciative.The Shirley Letters from California Mines in 1851-52
Louise Amelia Knapp Smith Clappe
It was not only that the public was neglectful, unappreciative.The History of "Punch"
M. H. Spielmann
How unappreciative sisters could be of a brother's sacrifices.Talbot's Angles
Amy E. Blanchard
Would you think me very rude and unappreciative if I declined, dear?Chicken Little Jane on the Big John
Lily Munsell Ritchie
- feeling, expressing, or capable of appreciation
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Word Origin and History for unappreciative
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