largess

[ lahr-jes, lahr-jis ]SEE DEFINITION OF largess
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I will give you both, and never boast of my largess in so doing.

We must conceive of ourselves as transmitters of the largess of music to our children.

Once more the ancient cry of "Largess" is, as it were, revived.

Having concluded, they stepped forward for the largess promised.

The usual payment to the heralds for their largess seems to have been a hundred shillings.

Largess is praised by the minstrels almost as much as bravery.

But all the banqueting and largess did not disenchant the ominous mansion.

As they were pleased with his song, they gave him a largess of gold.

A distribution of tobacco, in the way of largess, was also a necessity of the case.

They do not wait to be asked; they offer their largess to you of their own accord.

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