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He was distinguished for personal courage, as well as taste for elegance and splendor, whence he was called the munificent.
I cannot allow this opportunity to pass without expressing my thanks, as a citizen, for the munificent gift.
If wine and oil are your quest, said he, you have but to tap the surface of the munificent earth.
AMERICAN SKETCHESCHARLES WHIBLEY
But these munificent donations looked forward to no other date than the anticipation of womanhood.
CAMILLAFANNY BURNEY
One of these is the Grosvenor Library, the munificent gift of one of Buffalo's pioneers.
The good that Laud did by his gifts—and he was a munificent patron of learning—he destroyed by his dogmatism.
OXFORDANDREW LANG
Then in 1572 his munificent patron died, and the work suddenly came to an end.
ROMANCE OF ROMAN VILLASELIZABETH W. (ELIZBETH WILLIAMS) CHAMPNEY
Usually the news was of some munificent act, some romantic piece of buying or giving or some fresh rumour of reconstruction.
TONO BUNGAYH. G. WELLS
No where else, in America at least, has nature revealed herself on a more munificent scale.
The next year I received the munificent wage of $6 a month, and the following year, $8.
THE FAT OF THE LANDJOHN WILLIAMS STREETER

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