ingratitude[ in-grat-i-tood, -tyood ]SEE DEFINITION OF ingratitude
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INGRATITUDE
It was ingratitude of the blackest character, to listen so coldly to his wishes.
Again and again Shakespeare rails at man's ingratitude, but nothing more.
The one bitterness of his life, indeed, was due to ingratitude.
Though every sinner be ungrateful, yet every sinner is not a monster of ingratitude.
Ah, the ingratitude of the masses is a disgrace to civilised humanity!
"Ingratitude is the evil peculiar to the white races," said a Red-skin, and he was right.
The ingratitude of the thing struck through our night-gowns even then.
We hear the world wonder, every day, at monsters of ingratitude.
When Silvere came to see him, he complained, with tears, of his children's ingratitude.
Bismarck inveighs against the ingratitude of kings—A fighter to the end.