The embittered benefactor thinks of them as ingrates (ungrateful persons) because they do not thank him sufficiently for his generosity.
He does not think of them as misers (hoarders of wealth): although they are stingy in expressing tanks, they are extravagant in spending money. He certainly does not think of them as louts (clumsy oafs), prigs (self-righteous fussbudgets), or renegades (traitors): the specific attribute he resents in them is ingratitude, not cloddishness, self-satisfaction or perfidy.
Easy Sentence Completion Question - 7
If a junior executive neglects his professional development and _______ education, he can easily and quickly become obsolete in a world changing at _______ rates.
Only dizzying can be fitted in the second filler, as one can be become obsolete in a world changing at fast rate. Dizzying = Make (someone) feel unsteady, confused, or amazed: "the dizzying rate of change"
Easy Sentence Completion Question - 8
The ______ terrorist was finally _______ by the police