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Ungrateful and not showing gratitude

ingrate

noun

someone who is not grateful in the way they should be

ungrateful

adjective

not grateful to someone who has helped you or been kind to you

ingratitude

noun

behavior or attitudes that show you are not grateful, especially when other people think you should be grateful

churlish

adjective

impolite and unfriendly, especially toward someone who does not deserve to be treated in this way

ungracious

adjective

not polite or friendly, especially toward someone who has been polite or kind to you

take someone for granted

to expect someone to always be there and do things for you even when you do not show that you are grateful

repay

verb

used for saying that someone is behaving in a way that shows they are not grateful for your help, kindness, or love

ungraciously

adverb

ungratefully

adverb

ungraciousness

noun

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