The warrior passed with her into Rhodes, and died soon after, ungratified in his wish of striking another blow at Lacedmon.
When Henderson came, Margaret's world was full; no desire was ungratified.
So slight an inclination, ungratified, extended to vast dimensions, and possessed her entire.
Her natural appetite is ruined; her acquired taste is ungratified.
Her ungratified imagination brought her early into conflict with the circumstances and surroundings of her life.
The only ungratified wish I had was that I might be appointed to your ship.
Instincts and tastes hitherto unsuspected and ungratified were aroused in her.
"Well, I might be something worse," remarked Peter, in a not ungratified tone.
In the country there is always such a consuming and ungratified need of something to laugh at.
Doubtless the secret fire of a consuming, but as yet ungratified, literary ambition also troubled his repose.
c.1400, "to bestow grace upon;" 1530s, "to show gratitude to," from French gratifier (16c.) or directly from Latin gratificari "to do favor to, oblige, gratify," from gratus "pleasing" (see grace) + root of facere "make, do, perform" (see factitious). Meaning "to give pleasure to" is from 1560s. Related: Gratified; gratifying.