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magnanimous

adjective altruistic, benevolent, brotherly, charitable, chivalrous, compassionate, exalted, fraternal, generous, generous to a fault, giving, great hearted, great spirited, high-minded, idealistic, kind, magnificent, noble, noble-minded, overly generous, philanthropic, princely, stately, sympathetic, unselfish
Associated concepts: charitable organizations
See also: benevolent, charitable, generous, lenient, liberal, meritorious, philanthropic, placable
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And we can be magnanimous in letting those at the margins into our lives, knowing that reciprocity is God's and what is distant to the world may not be so to God.
But this magnanimous government has also caused the closure of IP schools and even bombed them, causing further deprivation among IP communities.
LAHORE -- Pakistan's most prominent leading conglomerate, Engro Corporation recently celebrated the magnanimous achievements and impact of its Ramazan campaign drive for the year 2018 titled #Share4Share.
Samer Rafie, hotel manager, Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham, commented: "We are happy and honoured to be part of this magnanimous community initiative, as a simple gesture of giving back and sharing our blessings can go a long way and help in building a better and kinder society.
Summary: Just learn to be a bit more magnanimous, Jose
HOW magnanimous of a local family-run roofing firm to offer free roof repairs to OAPs (The Gazette 08.02.18).
Among the relief sought was magnanimous ruling to order the first respondent to direct TNB to return the 2.5 per cent rebate to all consumers and magnanimous ruling to order the second respondent to carry out its duty by ordering TNB to give rebate for the January bill to all electricity consumers where the rebate is for 2.5 per cent interest accrued in the deposit paid to TNB and cost.
Integrating most of these styles, I would like to propose a model of leadership which I call, 'Magnanimous Leadership'.
It's far easier to be magnanimous and generous when the going's good.
Summary: Hardly has the poisonous saga of Lebanon's trash crisis taken its first tentative steps toward a solution, but our politicians have been magnanimous enough to conjure up another drama that will afflict all Lebanese -- carcinogenic wheat.
Is it too much to hope that Karl Oyston will see such a magnanimous gesture from the Hudders-field faithful for what it is and endorse the Professor's recommendations with an equally magnanimous gesture to the Blackpool supporters?