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Origin of ingratitude
Examples from the Web for ingratitude
That ingratitude's surprising, especially from the Israelis.
Yet such a move would almost certainly be widely seen as an audacious display of ingratitude.AIG May Sue the Government For An Insufficiently Generous Bailout|Megan McArdle|January 8, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The attorney suggested Bettencourt might try to disinherit her daughter for “ingratitude.”
I was so shocked at the ingratitude and baseness of the action that I burst into tears.Forgotten Tales of Long Ago|E. V. Lucas
Continue your beautiful and excellent services; finish your work, and do them good in spite of their ingratitude.Beaumarchais and the War of American Independence Vol. 1 of 2|Elizabeth S. Kite
Then Mr. Underwood broke out with his account of Edgar's folly and ingratitude, after all the care and expense of his education.The Pillars of the House, Vol. I (of 2)|Charlotte M. Yonge
The operation was delicate, difficult, and unpleasant, for it seemed to savor of ingratitude.George Washington, Vol. I|Henry Cabot Lodge
The injustice and ingratitude of the sovereigns alone wounded his spirit, and he bore all his present misfortunes in silence.Notable Voyagers|W.H.G. Kingston and Henry Frith
mid-14c., from Old French ingratitude (13c.) and directly from Latin ingratitudinem (nominative ingratitudo), noun of quality from ingratus (see ingrate).