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Some French politicians also have been known to accept the largesse of Arab benefactors.

Rich people need to play-act their financial largesse, so we can hate them for it.

With the expanded efforts expiring, there was no move in Congress to continue the largesse.

American weapons, troops, and largesse could never bestow legitimacy on a corrupt and incompetent Saigon regime.

For the first time since Chávez launched his revolution, however, that largesse can no longer be taken for granted.

At last, with the aid of an extravagant largesse, she was conducted to her staterooms.

The least decrepit of the beggars, armed with Helen's largesse of copper coin, had joined them from beneath the portico.

The small, bullet-headed man had just paid his extravagant bill, distributed his largesse, and was about to depart.

To his companions he gave gifts with such largesse, that his horse and armour were all that at any time he called his own.

Varney gave his largesse with an affectation of complaisance and humility.


On this page you'll find 348 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to largesse, such as: donation, endowment, fund, philanthropy, alms, and alms-giving.

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