munificence


Also found in: Dictionary, Legal, Financial, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to munificence: unretentive, My Last Duchess
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Synonyms for munificence

Synonyms for munificence

Synonyms for munificence

liberality in bestowing gifts

References in periodicals archive ?
'In fact, these private collectors had made the letters available to researchers for free and precisely had been previously published because of such munificence by (their) private owners,' he said.
"Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) also preached to show munificence towards orphans," he added.
'Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) also preached to show munificence towards orphans,' he added.
But will Mrs May's munificence save Huddersfield Royal Infirmary, or dig the NHS trusts in Kirklees and Calderdale out of the financial mire?
This study will focus on the two important determinants of business sustainability which are the business networking and entrepreneurial munificence.
Now Fawad is getting expectations from them that it is the real time to pay back all the munificence.
Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda', chairman of the Communist Party of Nepal-Maoist Centre, has now joined Oli in equating the Deuba government's munificence with democratic malfeasance.
There's talk of the BHA announcement of a boost to prize-money, with around PS160 million on offer in 2018, but that's not come from the munificence of Nick Rust and a few wealthy allies.
Operating under the cloak of munificence and on the premise (or pretense) that the financial and physical best interests of everyday people were at heart, the proponents of the unipartisan Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act produced an unrecognizable version of insurance.
The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques launched the new projects of the New Taif by saying "With the blessing of Allah, we endorse in principle and in accordance to the capacities and available and accredited fiscal funds, praying Almighty to grace these projects with munificence and good returns.
As the theme of OT this month is the knotty questions that occupy the profession, my attention was caught when I stumbled across a debate relating to doctors purportedly in favour of scrapping the term 'patients.' Apparently, the reference is widely disliked: it places the individual as a passive recipient of the doctor's munificence. But is that really the case in modern practice?
There are many examples of the chief minister's munificence and generosity, expecially when it comes to engaging with people in the below poverty line (BPL) category.
While Belmonte and Konstanze bid each other a fond farewell (both blithely asserting that being tortured to death will be a pleasure as long as they're tortured together!), the Pasha has a change of heart, setting everyone free to live out their lives in happiness (Osmin is understandably put out) as a sign of his merciful munificence.
But this new reliance on corporate munificence could set up a dynamic by which only the most famous landmarks get face-lifts, because they generate the publicity that donors want.
Everybody would have been marveling at the owner's stature and munificence: Such debt cancellation was surely a sign of immense wealth and generosity!