lack of gratitude

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I do not think that you will have cause to complain of her lack of gratitude.
Another labourer, supposedly from Bangladesh- blames Saudis for their lack of gratitude towards the expatriates who perform various tasks in the country.
Rodgers was upset by the way Lallana was treated at St Mary's, where the Liverpool manager believed there was a lack of gratitude towards another returning player, Lambert.
The lack of gratitude and the deliberate ignoring of white history in relation to eliminating slavery is a disgrace that Negro leaders should own up to.
A lack of understanding of the human qualities of others hinders understanding and fosters feelings of ill will towards US policies and contributes to the rise of reciprocal feelings in the US regarding the lack of gratitude of those who were saved from evil.
Claire's frustrated by her dad's lack of gratitude when holding the fort for him at work, while Mitchell is busy scheming after receiving a gift he doesn't like.
Days after the season ended Robson revealed he would not be exercising the PS500,000 option to buy Uwe to general dismay and mutters of a lack of gratitude.
The vicious comments also display a lack of gratitude towards Britain.
While Sheen says he was happy to pay it forward, he seemed rather miffed by her lack of gratitude.
The young Xena was a particularly good teacher in that department, displaying a distinct lack of gratitude for the comforts provided by Firstborn's attentions.
2004; Raskin & Terry, 1988), which should predict a lack of gratitude in response to receiving.