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largess

adjective as in generosity

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This time, they are roughly 700 uber-rich Americans and the assets that grow in value every year and make their largess even more obscene.

From Time

Pinto’s campaign has largely been funded by her family’s significant largess.

One doesn’t want to have to rely on the largess of other countries to protect their population.

From Fortune

If rock and roll is doing its job, it should be an enemy of the state, not the recipient of its largess.

Most of that largess went to pay for advertising backing GOP candidates or attacking Democrats.

Estimates have the paper operating at losses of tens of millions of dollars every year, made up by Adelson's largess.

During that robust year, Goldman employed 30,522 people and showered them with $20.2 billion of largess.

After all, she was the recipient of the largess at the center of this case, not a director or perpetrator of it.

Confiding in the accustomed largess and kindness of your Majesty, we shall say no more.

Even after Mr. Parnell had secured the allegiance of the farmer class by his great largess in the shape of 20 per cent.

But hay had always seemed to him a free largess, like grass and water, and this looked like very good hay.

Bbur left himself stripped so bare by his far-flung largess that he was nick-named Qalandar (Firishta).

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

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On this page you'll find 25 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to largess, such as: aid, alms, benefaction, charity, donation, and endowment.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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