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.
Bear with me, and we'll hold a magnifying glass to their generosity, including their recent sorry report card from CharityWatch.
But when we read ancients, like Aristotle and Cicero, we find that affection is the inner spring of this generosity.
In a fit of generosity or ennui or something I pitch in and help.
Such was the reply of courage and generosity in this danger.
She felt that he had condescended to her with a generosity which justified worship.
Then, he bethought himself of a subtle form of rebuke by emphasizing his generosity.
Divil a wage or wages I'll name, sir; that's a matter I'll lave to your own generosity.
early 15c., "nobility, goodness of race," from Latin generositatem (nominative generositas) "nobility, excellence, magnanimity," from generosus (see generous). Meaning "munificence" is recorded from 1670s.