ungrudging

[uhn-gruhj-ing]

adjective

not begrudging; not stinting; wholehearted: an ungrudging supporter of charities.

Nearby words

  1. ungracefully,
  2. ungracious,
  3. ungraciously,
  4. ungrammatical,
  5. ungrateful,
  6. ungt.,
  7. ungual,
  8. unguarded,
  9. unguent,
  10. unguentum

Origin of ungrudging

First recorded in 1760–70; un-1 + grudging

Related formsun·grudg·ing·ly, adverb

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British Dictionary definitions for ungrudging

ungrudging

adjective

liberal; unstinted; willingungrudging support
Derived Formsungrudgingly, adverb

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