lack of gratitude

References in classic literature ?
I do not think that you will have cause to complain of her lack of gratitude."
the was on twisted executions "I mean, I don't want that to be misinterpreted as a lack of gratitude as to what occurred.
There might be little room for sentiment in elite, professional football but Zidane's lack of gratitude or respect for what Bale did in Kiev's Olympic Stadium has been staggeringly disappointing.
According to Bower, Higdon "remains bitter about Charles's lack of gratitude for all the millions he raised."
Make sure to tell them how thankful you are for how much they do for you so that they know the request isn't due to a lack of gratitude.
Participants reflected that lack of gratitude and appreciation for teaching and teaching growth from departments or management is a barriers for the development of teaching.
Lord Sugar tweeted: "I feel sorry for the @ BBCOne they invested years in making Bake off popular and the greedy disloyal format owner has sold it to Ch4" Kirstie Allsopp tweeted: "Bake Off shift shows a disgraceful lack of gratitude from the producers to the BBC who commissioned it in the first place, not a smart move."
"Thank you for not abandoning this land despite all the neglect and lack of gratitude," he said, in a pointed reference to the way the Islamic Republic ignored Kiarostami.
The 39-year-old said: "God, I hope it doesn't come across as a lack of gratitude or a lack of understanding.
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.''