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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgenerositygen‧e‧ros‧i‧ty /ˌdʒenəˈrɒsəti $ -ˈrɑː-/ ●○○ noun  [uncountable]GENEROUS a generous attitude, or generous behaviour an act of great generositygenerosity to/towards his generosity to the poor I shall never forget the generosity shown by the people of Bataisk.acts of generosity
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generosityWe have steadily improved the coverage and generosity of the benefits system.He was a man of exceptional generosity, in fact I can truthfully say over-generous.The Prince was famous for his generosity.I liked him because of that, and because of his generosity.But pervasive as this behavior may be, we do have moments of generosity and altruism.Without ability, intelligence or cordiality; they know nothing of generosity or manly feeling.Government should not try to legislate goodness or generosity.This may be one reason for the relative generosity of earlier community help.The generosity of Mr. and Mrs. Kaplan made the museum project possible.Too polite to refuse their generosity, he went through the ceremony.generosity to/towardsHe was capable of such thoughtfulness and generosity towards others.He is willing to extend his generosity to people who mean something to him or are of the same religion.Hermite was a distinguished mathematician who was well-known for his generosity to younger men.And thank him too, for his generosity to you.His generosity to his friends was matched by vindictiveness to those who fell out of his favour.There is a wide variety of possible schemes, ordered below by their varying degrees of generosity to the less well off.Mr Mellon's generosity to the university has been staggering.For a second, their generosity towards him made me feel ashamed.
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