unthankfulness

[ uhn-thangk-fuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF unthankfulness

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Let us beware bytimes, for after unthankfulness there followeth ever a plague.

Unthankfulness, which tends to make them unreconcilable and unrecoverable.

At the same time, even the unthankfulness of the recipient ought not to shut up our "bowels of compassion."

I dare not deny I have also been in heaviness since I came from you, fearing for my unthankfulness that I be deserted.

If unthankfulness have buried any of them, let thankfulness give them now a resurrection.

I certify thee, my chosen servant Moses, That people of mine is full of unthankfulness.

Timothy Crabshaw will never eat the bread of unthankfulness—it shall never be said of him, that he was wiser than his measter.

What the sin against the Holy Ghost is in point of divinity, that is unthankfulness in point of morality; an offence unpardonable.

He loved all men with a love which the many waters of their hostility and unthankfulness could not quench.

Somewhat of laziness was in the case, and somewhat too of modesty; but nothing of disrespect or of unthankfulness.

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