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He had brought them in a private car and taken care of them munificently.
THE HIGHGRADERWILLIAM MACLEOD RAINE
In the preceding generation a writer of eminent merit was sure to be munificently rewarded by the Government.
The patronage of great nobles was munificently exercised in the cause of education.
JAPANVARIOUS
So that we know not the date of young Crashaw's entry on the 'foundation' provided so munificently by Sutton.
The workman made him so good a nose that the Spaniard, in great delight, paid him munificently, giving him twenty escudos.
She planned schemes to fill his purse, ordering arrangements of music and paying for them munificently.
But supposing there had been twins, she ran singing upstairs and munificently raised the amount to one dollar and thirty cents.
A BOOK OF BRYN MAWR STORIESMARIAN T. MACINTOSH
This is needed to munificently defraying the Costlier Arts—no base consideration at bottom.
It was his wise policy to employ the best talent, and in order to have it to pay its possessor munificently.
THE PICTORIAL PRESSMASON JACKSON
Mrs Danby remained at the Park till the little Robert was weaned, and was then dismissed very munificently rewarded.

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nudniknoun | [nood-nik ]SEE DEFINITION