An old tract upon the Pope's munificence shows how the Eastern Fathers were restored to a place of honour.
Loud and full were the utterances of praise that this munificence evoked.
He did not even stop to thank her for this unexpected sacrifice and munificence.
It seems to me all this munificence goes to serve some fell purpose of his own.
munificence is a benefit to society, that we grant willingly.
This munificence was avowedly for the credit of the settlement.
By the munificence of one of her citizens, New York has twice offered premiums for the best-kept school-grounds.
They were staggered by the munificence of the sum, but they did not dispute it.
She was widowed a second time in 1649, and after that began the period of her munificence and usefulness.
For had he not shown his love to God by his munificence to His Church on earth?
early 15c., from Middle French munificence, from Latin munificentia "bountifulness, liberality, generosity," from stem of munificus "generous, bountiful, liberal," literally "present-making," from munus "gift or service, duty, office" (see municipal) + unstressed stem of facere "to do" (see factitious).