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Its generousness may be paralleled in Homeric times, and vice has never reigned entirely without control.
This instance of chivalric generousness seems scarcely credible to those who view ancient times by the light of modern prejudices.
Ceremonies on his becoming a knight-banneret, ib.His remarkable generousness, 52.
The fine generousness of chivalry was very nobly displayed in another circumstance which preceded the great battle.
These interchanges of courtesies warmed the minds of the two sovereigns to chivalric generousness.
He loved his friend indeed with unbounded warmth, and it was impossible to surpass him in generousness and liberality.
DAMON AND DELIAWILLIAM GODWIN
It had been fuller, rounder, with a generousness of volume that had vindicated that singing throat.
Skiff Miller shook his head, no longer belligerent, but kindly, quick to be generous in response to generousness.
LOVE OF LIFEJACK LONDON
Generousness of knights, high estimation of this quality, I. 153.
There was a generousness about chivalry unknown to other warfare.

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