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This man is Jean Biencourt, commonly called Potrincourt, of noble birth and a magnanimous man.
THE JESUIT RELATIONS AND ALLIED DOCUMENTS, VOL. II: ACADIA, 1612-1614VARIOUS
With which magnanimous sentiment he turned on his clumsy heel, and entered his apartment again.
CHECKMATEJOSEPH SHERIDAN LE FANU
Ah you're so magnanimous that you shall have it for nothing!
THE TRAGIC MUSEHENRY JAMES
Buck had something in him which taught him how to be magnanimous.
THE NAPOLEON OF NOTTING HILLGILBERT K. CHESTERTON
These magnanimous sentiments were supported by the vigor of his actions.
THE HISTORY OF THE DECLINE AND FALL OF THE ROMAN EMPIREEDWARD GIBBON
The answer of the doge and barons was simple and magnanimous.
THE HISTORY OF THE DECLINE AND FALL OF THE ROMAN EMPIREEDWARD GIBBON
Probably never by any master of Whitehall was such a sincerely devout and magnanimous petition raised to heaven.
MILTON'S ENGLANDLUCIA AMES MEAD
So it was a brave, true, magnanimous nature that was leaning so tenderly upon Mr. Belcher's arm!
SEVENOAKSJ. G. HOLLAND
She knew Andre was too magnanimous to ever allude to her horrible fault, and would use every means to conceal it.
FILE NO. 113EMILE GABORIAU
At first he was generous and forgiving, for he was more magnanimous than Caesar; but they could not be won by kindness.
BEACON LIGHTS OF HISTORY, VOLUME VJOHN LORD
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WORDS RELATED TO MAGNANIMOUS

  • all heart
  • altruistic
  • beneficent
  • benign
  • big
  • big-hearted
  • bounteous
  • bountiful
  • caring
  • charitable
  • chivalrous
  • compassionate
  • considerate
  • eleemosynary
  • generous
  • helpful
  • humane
  • humanitarian
  • kindhearted
  • liberal
  • magnanimous
  • philanthropic
  • tenderhearted
  • warmhearted
  • well-disposed
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