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    1. They gave me what I thought was a generous share at the time, a six inch length of quarter-inch titanium tubing

    2. Thus, the sun being well and truly over the yardarm, and with myself in a state of cleanliness to match the house, I had taken a tumbler out of the cupboard and reached for the bottle of gin … two generous gins and tonic later, I felt less stressed, the alcohol casting a welcome numbness over my violin-strung emotions

    3. Despite his well paid position and generous expense account his taste or quality and preference for excellence meant that he was always running just behind his ability to pay

    4. He doesn't see the harm anymore, so he decides to soothe the beast that dwells in the pit of his gut, "Can I have that food now?" In moments, a steaming hot plate of fish and vegetables appear on the table, and Apollo doesn't hesitate to gorging himself on the generous helpings

    5. When we are truly generous, we don’t understand why people call us generous

    6. JayJay and Angie have asked me to write to thank you for the unbelievably generous gifts you sent for little Karalintze’s fifth birthday

    7. The homes were of generous size however and from the amount of laundry showing on the multiple floors of ropes strung across this small canal, probably heavily tenanted

    8. Kulai was generous to lend her an enclosed coach that his business had at their disposal

    9. She is, apparently, generous with the tea bags and the biscuit tin

    10. You grew this food all year and you would let me eat it if I just helped carry it in? I think that’s more than too generous of you

    11. He would have to call the meal a salad, it was fruit and vegetables cut up with glass knives and served with a generous amount of a thick sizzling sauce poured over it

    12. He made a generous amendment in the development plans he discussed with George

    13. He who has a generous eye will be

    14. We have a generous stage area and balcony o'er set withal, and as I know first hand through our previous workshops, each of your own various talents and abilities

    15. I consider myself very generous and freely share all I have with my friends

    16. Chiggeed was asleep at the other end of the table, lying crossways on that end, flat on his back with his furs on, snoring loudly, his generous belly making a mound

    17. It has been my great good fortune that fair Caro has been so generous as to offer me her home for all these weeks

    18. At the top there was a generous covering of snow,

    19. generous with their signage on the way in, but leave you

    20. We were quite generous with him

    21. Her curves were generous, soft and friendly

    22. generous offers, but this seemed uncommonly kind

    23. ‘It’s a very generous thing that you’re doing,’ he said

    24. Those professions keep their level, however, with other occupations ; and, notwithstanding these discouragements, all the most generous and liberal spirits are eager to

    25. renowned, and he was looking forward to a generous

    26. amongst the most generous on offer anywhere along the

    27. And what a generous and typically Christian gesture it is,

    28. the surrounding peaks were still cloaked in a generous

    29. with the usual mix of entertainers, as well as a generous

    30. Be generous, spread happiness and see how it propagates in your neighborhood

    31. He was a loving father, generous, and kind

    32. The worst terrorist could and, usually, rightly consider himself a good and generous person

    33. Mrs Dion is a genuine, generous, friendly and nice person

    34. generous with their ankles; most women have

    35. The design was generous ; but the execution was imprudent, and the nature and causes of the distress which it meant to relieve, were not, perhaps, well understood

    36. Be generous in the information you give and over-deliver

    37. It was a generous estate

    38. I would not, however, by all this, be understood to mean, that the one species of expense always betokens a more liberal or generous spirit than the other

    39. A frugal man, or a man eager to be rich, is said to love money ; and a careless, a generous, or a profuse man, is said to be indifferent about it

    40. Occasionally she would help Cynthia cook or clean the apartment, repaying her for her generous hospitality

    41. He became yet more generous with Nerissa

    42. Perhaps you need to be more generous with your feelings

    43. “That’s very generous of you to say

    44. 'Mostly intact' was a generous description

    45. 'What would I have done if you two hadn't joined me as you did?!' she thanked Mim and Yula for their generous gift of union

    46. "It is a marvel that the council is generous enough to do all these things for this fellow

    47. My, how wonderful it was to be nude and evil with this generous lady

    48. It might dispose them not only to respect, for whole centuries together, that treaty of commerce which they had concluded with us at parting, but to favour us in war as well as in trade, and instead of turbulent and factious subjects, to become our most faithful, affectionate, and generous allies; and the same sort of parental affection on the one side, and filial respect on the other, might revive between Great Britain and her colonies, which used to subsist between those of ancient Greece and the mother city from which they descended

    49. Though in representing the labour which is employed upon land as the only productive labour, the notions which it inculcates are, perhaps, too narrow and confined ; yet in representing the wealth of nations as consisting, not in the unconsumable riches of money, but in the consumable goods annually reproduced by the labour of the society, and in representing perfect liberty as the only effectual expedient for rendering this annual reproduction the greatest possible, its doctrine seems to be in every respect as just as it is generous and liberal

    50. In the modern philosophy, it was frequently represented as generally, or rather as almost always, inconsistent with any degree of happiness in this life; and heaven was to be earned only by penance and mortification, by the austerities and abasement of a monk, not by the liberal, generous, and spirited conduct of a man

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    Sinónimos para "generous"

    generous chivalrous high-minded considerate magnanimous benevolent large big philanthropic munificent unselfish unstinting beneficent altruistic bountiful plentiful ample copious flowing overflowing