Then she tells every one I'm no good, an ingrate, everything that's bad.
There is nothing lower on the face of the earth than an ingrate and a snake's belly.
In other words, such an ingrate ought to have a flock of crows for pall-bearers!
I, the recipient of the master's favors, an ingrate and a wretch!
But you have remembered me, Edith, even in the depth of your joy, ingrate that I am.
All these years she has cared for me, worked for me and I should be an ingrate to forget it.
"You must take me for an ingrate, I, whom she is the——" He faltered.
If you mean I am an ingrate, that is an unpleasant word, Aunt Mary.
But I should like your client to know that I am not wholly an ingrate.
The name of Englishman I respect—and the Spaniard is an ingrate who does not.