But this generosity ended when it became socially disruptive or politically subversive.
The virtue of generosity that may best capture the biased version is probably magnanimity.
Rowhani's remark, read with a modicum of generosity, does neither.
early 15c., "nobility, goodness of race," from Latin generositatem (nominative generositas) "nobility, excellence, magnanimity," from generosus (see generous). Meaning "munificence" is recorded from 1670s.