Ingracious

Related to Ingracious: Observancy, ungracious

In`gra´cious


a.1.Ungracious; unkind.
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It would be ingracious of me to finish this report without praising Ireland for their vibrant performance.
[26] Thus, paradoxically, genuine champions of religious liberty must defend professions of faith they consider false and ingracious, and genuine followers of Christ must champion witness that is winsome and gracious.
At best his remarks were ingracious, at worst they smacked of the bad loser.
On the basis of his analysis of CMS documents, Pannekoek said, "Cockran made it quite clear that `the Dominant Race of this Continent are the English' and that the Indian and Halfbreed would always be immoral, capricious, intractable, indolent, callous, prideful, wayward, extravagant, ingracious, improvident and careless." (60) Those are hard words, but they are in fact a highly selective and misleading sampling of the evidence.