Long-suffering; patient; showing self-control and restraint.(adjective)
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Use "longanimous" in a sentence
"Yet again, he has a dog's intrepidity, knows no fear, is single-purposed, not to be called off, longanimous."
"Charity “is kind” and “suffereth long,” (μακροθυμηω), it is longanimous or magnanimous and there is indeed no great, truly great, mind but is patient and long suffering."
"At another point, you are asked to reduce big words to little maxims: "Aberration is the hallmark of homo sapiens while longanimous placability and condonation are the indicia of a supramundane omniscience" turns into ... but there!"