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thankless

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthanklessthank‧less /ˈθæŋkləs/ adjective 🔊 🔊 1 DIFFICULTa thankless job is difficult and you do not get any praise for doing itthankless task/job/chore etc 🔊 Cooking every day is a thankless task.2 literary a thankless person is not grateful
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thanklessDole stands up and shoulders the practical and often thankless burden of political leadership.a thankless childShakur has charisma, and, luckily, the less thankless role: at least his character has a vestige of scruples.In some ways that was a thankless task.It seems an exhausting and thankless task.Policing this activity to ensure submission of the reports is an unenviable and thankless task.Do-gooding is often tough, thankless work.thankless task/job/chore etcAs every true Cornishman knows, it was the wicked Tregeagle who was supposedly punished with this thankless task.In some ways that was a thankless task.It seems an exhausting and thankless task.Policing this activity to ensure submission of the reports is an unenviable and thankless task.This president business is a pretty thankless job.Looking for reasoning in the forex markets is a thankless task so we won't bother.
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