The quality of being munificent; generosity.(noun)
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"Viewing their copartnery, however, as a mere commercial speculation, his Lordship's advance could not be regarded as liberal, and no modification of the term munificence or patronage could be applied to it."
"Though many ages are gone since Nushirowan was in being, yet in the remembrance of his munificence is his fair renown left."
"The Abbey of St. Serge still stands to the north of Angers; its vast gardens and fishponds turned into the public gardens of the town, its church spacious and beautiful with a noble choir that may perhaps recall the munificence of"