largesses[ lahr-jes, lahr-jis ]SEE DEFINITION OF largesses
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She began to perceive that Edward was extravagant in his largesses.
What ells of ribbons would there be for him in these largesses!
Largesses to a fabulous amount were divided among the people.
What ells of ribbon would there be for him in these largesses!
As such they had no other resource but to depend on the largesses or the commissions of the most lordly of the patricians.
Travel, a splendid studio, largesses—he was generosity itself—all these were within his reach.
How many men are embarrassed by their vast possessions, and cannot support the odium attached to the largesses of Sylla!
The eyes of the rabble were easily turned from the movements of the government by horse-racing, theatres, largesses.
The sailors, rejoicing in the largesses of the admiral, were heard murmuring their slow and artless songs.
You are fed by the largesses of the Emperor, you have your two loaves a day and your pork, and you need not and so do not work.