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Correct spelling: magnanimous

Synonyms:
free-handed, bountiful, noble, with child, self-aggrandising, gravid, free-hearted, full-grown, indulgent, braggart, grown, high-minded, gallant, forgiving, bighearted, self-aggrandizing, bad, give, unselfish, lordly, altruistic, hospitable, disinterested, tumid, handsome, liberal, bragging, munificent, big, cock-a-hoop, bounteous, merciful, large-hearted, big-hearted, openhanded, boastful, clement, prominent, fully grown, forbearing, swelled, free, great-hearted, lofty, kind, charitable, expectant, heavy, natural, open-hearted, philanthropic, greathearted, chivalrous, freehanded, high, great, open-handed, bombastic, vainglorious, large, understanding, braggy, generous, sublime, declamatory, orotund, enceinte, crowing, benevolent, giving, elevated, grownup, adult, gracious, turgid.

Antonyms:
dirty, coarse, ignominious, crude, degenerate, greedy, stingy, vulgar, penurious, avaricious, humiliating, base, discreditable, petty, parsimonious, mean, despicable, illiberal, detestable, close, debased, narrow, low, contemptible, rapacious, hateful, sorry, miserly, dastardly, small-minded, niggardly, abominable, ugly, repulsive, ungenerous, meanspirited, squalid, little, degrading, vicious, vile, offensive, covetous, lousy, ignoble, sordid, degraded, wretched.

Examples of usage:

1) My daughter, we accept Doctor Glenning's magnanimous offer provisionally. - "The Man from Jericho", Edwin Carlile Litsey.

2) The latter beheld without jealousy or disquietude the departure of his best disciples to the side of Jesus, and his own magnanimous statement in view of this change has exalted him to a high pinnacle in the esteem of Christendom: " He must increase, but I must decrease." - "The Making of an Apostle", R. J. Campbell.

3) I, like you, long that the King of Prussia may prove that he spoke in all sincerity when he said that he fought against the Emperor, not France, and be magnanimous in the conditions he may offer- but what does that precisely mean? - "Lady-John-Russell", MacCarthy, Desmond.

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