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See definition of ungrudging on Dictionary.com
  • as ingenerous
  • as inlarge-hearted
  • as inmagnanimous
  • as inunsparing
  • as inunstinting

synonyms for ungrudging

  • acceptable
  • benevolent
  • big
  • charitable
  • considerate
  • fair
  • good
  • helpful
  • honest
  • hospitable
  • lavish
  • reasonable
  • thoughtful
  • tolerant
  • unselfish
  • willing
  • altruistic
  • beneficent
  • bounteous
  • bountiful
  • easy
  • equitable
  • excellent
  • free
  • greathearted
  • high-minded
  • honorable
  • just
  • kind
  • kindhearted
  • kindly
  • liberal
  • lofty
  • loose
  • magnanimous
  • moderate
  • munificent
  • noble
  • open-handed
  • philanthropic
  • prodigal
  • profuse
  • soft-touch
  • unsparing
  • unstinting
See also synonyms for: ungrudgingly

antonyms for ungrudging

MOST RELEVANT
  • biased
  • disagreeable
  • greedy
  • inattentive
  • inconsiderate
  • malevolent
  • mean
  • prejudiced
  • selfish
  • small
  • stupid
  • thoughtless
  • uncharitable
  • unkind
  • unmindful
  • unreasonable
  • depleted
  • miserly
  • stingy
  • wanting
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    How to use ungrudging in a sentence

    There was neither cheerful service on the one side nor ungrudging payment on the other.
    THE COLLECTED WORKS OF AMBROSE BIERCEAMBROSE BIERCE
    Its tapestries were the richest ever seen by Parisians, its silver such as few princes owned, its table lavish and ungrudging.
    THE STONES OF PARIS IN HISTORY AND LETTERS, VOLUME I (OF 2)BENJAMIN ELLIS MARTIN
    It bears witness to the munificence of Darwin, and the ungrudging personal care of Hooker.
    MAKERS OF BRITISH BOTANY; A COLLECTION OF BIOGRAPHIES BY LIVING BOTANISTSVARIOUS
    After the war capital will be ungrudging in its remuneration to labour; and labour, in turn, must be ungrudging in its output.
    THE WAR AFTER THE WARISAAC FREDERICK MARCOSSON
    He could give ungrudging admiration to his chief, even whilst giving himself up entirely to the sentiment for Jeanne.
    EL DORADOBARONESS ORCZY
    Nature had thus done much for him, but he superadded ungrudging labour.
    THE LIFE OF WILLIAM EWART GLADSTONE, VOL. 1 (OF 3)JOHN MORLEY
    Its been a wonderful day for you, Joe, said Jim, looking at his chum with ungrudging admiration.
    BASEBALL JOE IN THE WORLD SERIESLESTER CHADWICK
    In her was no trickery of sex; only the ungrudging, wide-armed offer of all her womanhood, reckless of aught else but love.
    THE CLARIONSAMUEL HOPKINS ADAMS
    On the train and on the passage there is the same skillful attention—the same ungrudging kindness.
    THE GLORY OF THE TRENCHESCONINGSBY DAWSON
    A land of kindly hearts, friendly welcomes, and ungrudging hospitality.
    AN ENGLISH GIRL'S FIRST IMPRESSIONS OF BURMAHBETH ELLIS
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