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American Dictionary of the English Language

Webster's Dictionary 1828

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Ingratitude


INGRAT'ITUDE, noun

1. Want of gratitude or sentiments of kindness for favors received; insensibility to favors, and want of a disposition to repay them; unthankfulness.

Ingratitude is abhorred by God and man.

No man will own himself guilty of ingratitude

2. Retribution of evil for good.

Nor was it with ingratitude returned.