Her nearest relations had been induced to place their savings in her father's hands, and though, after his death, they ungrudgingly
acquitted themselves of the Christian duty of returning good for evil by giving his daughter all the advice at their disposal, they could hardly be expected to supplement it by material aid.
As they grew up, the father of Quiteria made up his mind to refuse Basilio his wonted freedom of access to the house, and to relieve himself of constant doubts and suspicions, he arranged a match for his daughter with the rich Camacho, as he did not approve of marrying her to Basilio, who had not so large a share of the gifts of fortune as of nature; for if the truth be told ungrudgingly
, he is the most agile youth we know, a mighty thrower of the bar, a first-rate wrestler, and a great ball-player; he runs like a deer, and leaps better than a goat, bowls over the nine-pins as if by magic, sings like a lark, plays the guitar so as to make it speak, and, above all, handles a sword as well as the best."
Then she leaned back in her rocker and laughed long and ungrudgingly
On all grounds, it was impossible for me to refuse him, and I am still glad to remember that my assent was given, on the whole, ungrudgingly
They were delighted with the renovation and decorations of their rooms; with the new drapery, and fresh carpets, and rich tinted china vases: they expressed their gratification ungrudgingly
. I had the pleasure of feeling that my arrangements met their wishes exactly, and that what I had done added a vivid charm to their joyous return home.
In Dudley, air-raid precaution (ARP) wardens reported that the townsfolk were giving assistance ungrudgingly
and the issue of gas masks had virtually reached saturation point.
A mere look on what they did ungrudgingly
, over more than a decade, would attest the fact.
James 1:5 says, 'If any of you is deficient in wisdom, let him ask of the giving God who gives to everyone liberally and ungrudgingly
, without reproaching or faultfinding, and it will be given him'.
Certainly, no group of women has labored so hard, so ungrudgingly
and so unselfishly." (25) There is a sense conveyed that it is virtuous and right to work without complaint and without thought of repayment.
All philosophies ungrudgingly
acknowledge the independence of the judiciary as a means to ensure social amity, political development, peace and progress in any society.
As a great singer he gave the public its due, and as a great Master he gave himself ungrudgingly
in the service of his pupils.
In parallel with this, it has ungrudgingly
given away a great deal of its wealth to help in the reconstruction of the affected nations.