And from the standpoint of culinary knowledge and her generosity in sharing it, she's Julia big.
But this generosity ended when it became socially disruptive or politically subversive.
Speaking at the refugee camp HQ, The Prince said he had been struck by the generosity of the Jordanian people.
The generosity of friends (and strangers) is amazing and unexpected.
The virtue of generosity that may best capture the biased version is probably magnanimity.
In a fit of generosity or ennui or something I pitch in and help.
She is a noble woman, bound to me by all that can engage my honour, my generosity, my affection.
She felt that he had condescended to her with a generosity which justified worship.
The nuns of Ste. Croix, too, seem not to have been lacking in generosity.
Divil a wage or wages I'll name, sir; that's a matter I'll lave to your own generosity.
early 15c., "nobility, goodness of race," from Latin generositatem (nominative generositas) "nobility, excellence, magnanimity," from generosus (see generous). Meaning "munificence" is recorded from 1670s.