Definition of inappreciative in English:

inappreciative

Syllabification: in·ap·pre·ci·a·tive
Pronunciation: /ˌinəˈprēSH(ē)ədiv
 
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adjective

Another term for unappreciative.
More example sentences
  • But who cares about the actual writings of an academic who has been proved anonymously to be inappreciative of "the intrinsic demands of the project"?
  • You should probably just ignore it and not respond in a way that would come off as inappreciative.

Derivatives

inappreciation

noun
More example sentences
  • People don't care about culture, and they are content to let this ship of fools sail blindly towards inappreciation and ignorance.
  • Beyond doubt, this inappreciation of him on the part of the public arose chiefly from the two causes to which I have referred.

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