I understand what liberality means as toward the character of others who are entirely opposed in opinion and in action to us.
The cost of this act of liberality amounted nearly to L2000.
Dame Miniver had ample cause for satisfaction with the result of her liberality.
Rich, noble and great they are by the liberality of our speech, but truth is sad.
Some strange criticisms have been passed on this appeal to the Incarnation as a motive to liberality.
If the peasant was poor, there was no limit to his liberality in the little he had.
No doubt the royal willingness to see restless and intractable subjects leave England had something to do with this liberality.
Hence the liberality in gift distribution was an attempt to appease them.
Barry was not the only artist who profited by Edmund Burke's liberality.
The liberality and generosity of the Australians has been remarked by every stranger.
mid-14c., "generosity," from Old French liberalité "generosity, liberality" (13c.), from Latin liberalitatem (nominative liberalitas) "way of thinking or acting befitting a free man," noun of quality from liberalis (see liberal (adj.)).