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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishliberalitylib‧e‧ral‧i‧ty /ˌlɪbəˈræləti/ noun [uncountable] formal  1 STRICTunderstanding of, and respect for, other people’s opinions2 GENEROUSthe quality of being generous
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liberalityOur horizons are broader, we think, basking in liberality and charity.a spirit of liberality and fairnessIn short, the government's liberality turned universities into a powder-keg.The hospitality of luxury and the liberality of ostentation had ruined many.It is decided that they should be treated as creating a trust; the liberality of interpretation is due to a rescript.The liberality or otherwise of such Community arrangements will help to answer our initial question.But this liberality does not affect the argument.The question is in what circumstances this liberality might be appropriate.
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