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giving

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgivinggiv‧ing /ˈɡɪvɪŋ/ adjective  kind, caring, and generous opp mean She’s a very giving person.
Examples from the Corpus
givingBut it seemed to Paige now that he was doing all the giving and she was taking without returning anything.The physical expression of female sexuality is her monthly period and its triumph lies in her giving birth.The plight of some 600 detainees acknowledged by the authorities was also giving cause for concern.Flesh against flesh, just giving comfort and pleasure at first.The latter involves the recipient of the memo in additional work, whereas merely giving information does not.For a Liberal Democrat to argue that giving institutions the power to run their own affairs is a centralising measure is extraordinary.Manion felt comfortable with the pitch he was giving Karen.Education is not just about giving people the facts.
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