Related formsun·grate·ful·ly, adverbun·grate·ful·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for ungrateful
I know one shouldn't be ungrateful, but what is it about people giving your kids ridiculous presents when you are on holiday?
There will be tears, ungrateful betrayals, but at some point—if you keep your faith—the problem child will grow up.
Small children are ungrateful; to do one a favor is, from a business point of view, about as shrewd as making a subprime mortgage.
She was moving toward the door, and his ungrateful outburst had the effect of stopping her.The Quickening|Francis Lynde
Now at a single stroke he would get even with the ungrateful earth, the cause of all his misfortunes.The Cabin|Vicente Blasco Ibez
I'm not ungrateful, and I hate to hurt you, but—I just can't.The White Blackbird|Hudson Douglas
"Oh, I shall have to go through most of it myself, of course," was the ungrateful retort of the suffering Miss Vivian.The War-Workers|E.M. Delafield
There was a perceptible, and not ungrateful, odor of cooking present.Weatherby's Inning|Ralph Henry Barbour