Origin of munificent
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OTHER WORDS FROM munificentmu·nif·i·cence, mu·nif·i·cent·ness, nounmu·nif·i·cent·ly, adverbun·mu·nif·i·cent, adjectiveun·mu·nif·i·cent·ly, adverb
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How to use munificent in a sentence
Many critics feel that Pakistan has historically extended a munificent hand by hosting waves of refugees since the 1979 Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, only to be greeted with refugees who they claim are linked to criminality or terrorism.Afghans Who Fled the First Taliban Regime Found Precarious Sanctuary in Pakistan. New Refugees May Get an Even Colder Welcome|Zia ur Rehman/Karachi, Pakistan|August 18, 2021|Time
We remain a people powerful with ideas and capable of munificent grace.The True State of Our Independence: What Does America Stand For?|Benjamin Busch|July 4, 2012|DAILY BEAST
It has been similarly munificent with Brian Moynihan, who took over the company at the start of 2010.
He was distinguished for personal courage, as well as taste for elegance and splendor, whence he was called the munificent.The Every Day Book of History and Chronology|Joel Munsell
I cannot allow this opportunity to pass without expressing my thanks, as a citizen, for the munificent gift.
If wine and oil are your quest, said he, you have but to tap the surface of the munificent earth.American Sketches|Charles Whibley
But these munificent donations looked forward to no other date than the anticipation of womanhood.Camilla|Fanny Burney
One of these is the Grosvenor Library, the munificent gift of one of Buffalo's pioneers.Ocean to Ocean on Horseback|Willard Glazier