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While conceding that the story was “much bigger than Eileen Gu,” Fox News host Will Cain told Tucker Carlson Tonight that it was “ungrateful” of Gu to “betray” and “turn her back” on America.

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I don’t mean to sound ungrateful, but I am tired of coming home with bags of trinket-y stuff that lasts for a few days before it becomes plastic trash.

So it was very hard for me to accept that I was struggling because I didn’t want to seem ungrateful.

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Republicans are furious that corporations appear so ungrateful.

I wanted to take it back, but he pouted so much about how ungrateful I was that I just let it go.

“This may sound ungrateful but if you want to protect yourself, you may want to stay away,” she continues.

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.

No, no,” added Mr. Pickwick more cheerfully, “it would be selfish and ungrateful.

"This is the most ungrateful outfit of greasers I ever met up with," cried Clip, hurrying toward the second man.

I am grateful—voyons—if anybody ever says Aristide Pujol is ungrateful, he is a liar.

Somehow or other the maternal rôle, which had been so suddenly thrown upon Georgina, had become not ungrateful to her.

It is a sweet revenge to a man who loves passionately to make an ungrateful mistress appear still more so, by his very actions.


On this page you'll find 26 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to ungrateful, such as: selfish, thankless, unthankful, careless, demanding, and dissatisfied.

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