gratitude[ grat-i-tood, -tyood ]SEE DEFINITION OF gratitude
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GRATITUDE
They owed me every thing, like you—their gratitude was unbounded, even as yours.
I am deeply impressed with gratitude for the confidence reposed in me.
I wanted to show my gratitude, to make you happy, since happiness was not for me.
He rose, expecting a look of gratitude from the girl he loved.
It was as if she herself had just been saved, and she could have kissed his hands with gratitude.
I was pleased with myself for my gratitude to this poor woman.
I despatched the note, and she was full of penitence, and gratitude, and tears.
There were suggestions of triumph, relief, gratitude in the indefinable tone of these words.
Then in a gust of confidence and gratitude, “I will live all my days for you, Tom!”
Gratitude was undoubtedly a principal occasion of this urgency.