But the most ungrudging admiration cannot prevent our seeing, and history compels us to see, what it lacked.
When satisfied that the object is worthy, his aid is generous and ungrudging.
Unselfish, ungrudging lavishing of life and soul, even to the last drop of heart's blood.
Even Captain Lote's praise of the Lusitania poem was whole-hearted and ungrudging.
A land of kindly hearts, friendly welcomes, and ungrudging hospitality.
"Deprive him of money," repeated Mr. Pole, with ungrudging accentuation.
What is needed is an ungrudging recognition of the value of the special feminine qualities.
Plainly this consideration on the part of Mrs. Haney was habitual and ungrudging.
After the war capital will be ungrudging in its remuneration to labour; and labour, in turn, must be ungrudging in its output.
Clive agreed with the suggestion when it came to be put to him, agreed with ungrudging enthusiasm.