munificence

[ myoo-nif-uh-suh ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF munificence

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Loud and full were the utterances of praise that this munificence evoked.

"I have only heard of his acts of munificence or generosity," said Lucy, gravely.

It seems to me all this munificence goes to serve some fell purpose of his own.

Well, strangely enough, I'm not going to reject your munificence.

This munificence was avowedly for the credit of the settlement.

They were staggered by the munificence of the sum, but they did not dispute it.

He was immensely rich and his munificence was equal to his wealth.

May I head the 69list with a sum worthy your munificence and perfectly Oriental wealth?

Munificence is a benefit to society, that we grant willingly.

For had he not shown his love to God by his munificence to His Church on earth?

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