Meaning of ungratefully in English:

ungratefully

Pronunciation /ʌnˈɡreɪtfʊli/ /ʌnˈɡreɪtf(ə)li/

Translate ungratefully into Spanish

adverb

See ungrateful

‘It's an uncomfortable parallel, anyway, since British voters ungratefully booted Churchill out of office once the Second World War was over.’
  • ‘She is being treated dreadfully and ungratefully.’
  • ‘Rather ungratefully, Dom casts a cool eye on them.’
  • ‘But what's the point in devoting time and effort to what many students would have more or less ungratefully ignored.’
  • ‘He dressed himself in loose worn jeans, a t-shirt with some stains on it and a nice, leather jacket he had received both gratefully and ungratefully from his parents.’