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Mary took the news of her great promotion in an unthankful spirit.
MARY GRAYKATHARINE TYNAN
If I have dwelt too long on my deservings To this unthankful man, pray you pardon me; The cause required it.
THE PLAYS OF PHILIP MASSINGERPHILIP MASSINGER
Sir Adrian felt that the Commissioner was one of the few men in the world whom he could trust with the unthankful task.
JASPER LYLEHARRIET WARD
And be not unthankful for so great a mercy, because you have not more.
A CHRISTIAN DIRECTORY (VOLUME 1 OF 4)RICHARD BAXTER
For those I am not unthankful, but I shall not regard them as the price of blind obedience.
DESTINYCHARLES NEVILLE BUCK
Where Matthew has the simile of the rain and sun, Luke has the comparatively weak words “good to the unthankful and evil.”
SOURCES OF THE SYNOPTIC GOSPELSCARL S. PATTON
"Do not pursue this unthankful topic," he besought, almost wishing the staring cow would run away with her.
EAST LYNNEMRS. HENRY WOOD
For the future we have been moderately solicitous; there being so many busy economists to take the unthankful task off our hands.
MERRIE ENGLAND IN THE OLDEN TIME, VOL. 1 (OF 2)GEORGE DANIEL
The car began its coughing and spluttering, and slowly jerked itself into motion, its driver going angrily on his unthankful way.
THE CITY OF FIREGRACE LIVINGSTON HILL

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