magnanimity definition

  • noun:
    • the caliber of becoming magnanimous.
    • A magnanimous act.
    • the standard of becoming magnanimous; success of head; elevation or self-esteem of heart.
    • That high quality or mixture of characteristics, in personality, which allows someone to experience danger and difficulty with tranquility and tone, to disdain injustice, meanness and payback, also to work and compromise for noble things.
    • the caliber of becoming magnanimous; greatness of mind; height or dignity of soul; that high quality or mix of attributes, in character, which enables one to experience risk and trouble with tranquility and tone, to disdain injustice, meanness and payback, also to work and lose for noble objects.
    • the caliber of becoming magnanimous; greatness of brain or heart; elevation or self-esteem of heart; the practice of experiencing and acting worthily under all circumstances; high-mindedness; intrinsic nobility.
    • Synonyms High-mindedness, chivalrousness. See noble.
    • liberality in bestowing gift suggestions; excessively liberal and substantial of character

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