Definition of ungratified:
discontent (part of speech: adjective)
- fed up,
- ticked off,
- teed off,
No desire of hers, however extravagant, ever went ungratified, and right up to the hour of her death old Henry never said no to her- partly out of a spirit of amusement, I dare say, and partly because she was the only unbridled extravagance he had ever yielded to in all his life.- "Laughing Bill Hyde and Other Stories", Rex Beach.
- "Foul Play", Charles Reade Dion Boucicault.
And then, having learned from experience that ungratified curiosity, especially the curiosity of the country bumpkin with a taste for gossip, is often the detective's worst enemy, I explained that I had learned that the distance to Baysville was greater than I had supposed, and I had decided to drive over to Amora to make a call upon an acquaintance who was in business there.- "Out of a Labyrinth", Lawrence L. Lynch.