Definition of Liberality. Meaning of Liberality. Synonyms of Liberality

Definition of Liberality. Meaning of Liberality. Synonyms of Liberality

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Definition of Liberality

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Meaning of Liberality from wikipedia

- more specific, contemporary meaning of munificence, open–handedness, and liberality in the giving of money and possessions to others. This more specific meaning...
- what an undeserved doubt might we have incurred if the abusers of our liberality, the thrallers of our people, the wringers of the poor, had not been told...
- Wit Buffoonery Shamelessness Modesty Shyness Callousness Just resentment Spitefulness Pettiness Generosity Vulgarity Meanness Liberality Wastefulness...
- and ammunition, tomahawks and scalping knives were dealt out with some liberality by British agents. However, according to the U.S. Army Center of Military...
- Look up Liberal, liberal, liberally, liberalism, or liberality in Wiktionary, the free dictionary....
- had always stressed his unique status as a source of god-like power, liberality, and physical prowess. Innumerable statues around the empire were set...
- Liberality and Prodigality (A Pleasant Comedie, shewing the contention betweene Liberalitie and Prodigalitie, also known as Contention between Liberality...
- freedmen and slaves, to whom "even the heavy-handed Cato recommended liberality during the festival"; so that the slaves , "being softened by this instance...
- his foot in an armchair. Nonetheless, his generosity, affability, and liberality gave him great po****rity in Paris and with the French people in general...
- constructed, unparalleled in the world, and commensurate with the gratitude, liberality, and patriotism of the people by whom it is to be erected ... [It] should...
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