What an ungrateful
lot these foreigners are for resisting our armed forces, who were simply doing their duty to God and the Queen.
Forget the working class, which was so ungrateful
anyway, and move upmarket.
Slam the door when you get home and treat your spouse to a diatribe on ungrateful
The belligerent creature might seem more heroic if, say, he went around scrubbing ungrateful
, whiny, privileged youths' mouths out with soap.
The charming tall tale introduces readers to the ungrateful
Alice, whose loud voice changes into the Northern Lights--until an odd little person offers her the choice to be nice, so that her normal voice will return.
I hope I don't sound ungrateful
, therefore, if I draw attention to one small anomaly.
People who live only for today, who are oblivious of their debt to the past and their obligations to contribute to a better tomorrow, are narcissistic, ungrateful
, and visionless.
Caracas is much more fun with a buddy along, so it would be ungrateful
to utter the words "rent boy" even if you get stuck with the bill in late October.
My BFF never acts ungrateful
, but I still feel like my gifts must stink compared to the pricey stuff she gives me.
When Mo Mowlam was turfed out of the same job by an ungrateful
Government she was stripped of her security soon afterwards (although it was reinstated when the Sunday Mirror kicked up a fuss.
THERE IS NO SPECIES OF JOURNALIST more cynical, more sour, more ungrateful
than the sportswriter.
And above all, he does not want to appear ungrateful
for his success.
But it would be an ungrateful
reader who would begrudge a single word of it.
Milicent Fawcett and much of the suffragist leadership, for their part, accepted the compromise in 1917 - which utterly sold out the younger Labour suffragists and which they surely themselves would have rejected before 1914 - from fear of attack by homes of angry males should they show themselves to be ungrateful
She and her husband, proving ungrateful
to Aphrodite, were led to profane a shrine, for which they were turned into lions.