Behave with generosity to the branches of your kindred, in order to illustrate harmony and benignity.
There was a wonderful air of benignity and patronage in his manner.
Every pause of their cruelty they considered as a return of their natural sentiments of benignity and justice.
In like manner, his physiognomical expression seemed to teem with benignity.
Nature is the medium, or intermediate instrument through which God dispenses his benignity to mankind.
“Just so,” Jake responded, with a ludicrous attempt at benignity.
Let him win back his little rebellious sheep by love and benignity to the fold of the Church.
He swore, and his benignity was eclipsed by wrathful memory.
There was a something in the tone of her voice, and a benignity in her manner, that almost did away with my suspicions.
The cardinal's smile had changed from one of benignity to one of guile.