magnanimous[ mag-nan-uh-muhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF magnanimous
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But then, when it came to a show-down she might not be so magnanimous as she had appeared tonight.
The magnanimous and intrepid Logan resolved on making an effort to save him.
She knew, indeed, that he had a magnanimous soul and a kind heart.
There was a sting in that thought, too; but he struggled to be magnanimous.
Do you think the noble and magnanimous Guidobaldo would let you hang?
"You can afford to be magnanimous," Urquhart snapped out fiercely.
You are the most magnanimous of men but you are throwing it away on me.
But she carried a guarantee of its value in her pocket, and could afford to be magnanimous.
Ah you're so magnanimous that you shall have it for nothing!
Buck had something in him which taught him how to be magnanimous.
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