openhandedness love

Definitions

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  • noun The characteristic of being openhanded.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun liberality in bestowing gifts; extremely liberal and generous of spirit

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Examples

  • As seen in the above comments section, the poor of today rarely lack money, so our openhandedness should be exercised in terms of good will.

    Why Does Homelessness Persist in Rich Liberal Cities?, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Yet as I ventured further into the world of genealogy I began to see that such openhandedness was a hallmark of this culture.

    Shaking the Family Tree

  • Yet as I ventured further into the world of genealogy I began to see that such openhandedness was a hallmark of this culture.

    Shaking the Family Tree

  • That persuasion arises from my own deep biases -- in favor of openhandedness, fair play and general courtesy -- and I suspect that Montana Headlines and Ed share those biases.

    Who's biased?

  • That persuasion arises from my own deep biases -- in favor of openhandedness, fair play and general courtesy -- and I suspect that Montana Headlines and Ed share those biases.

    Archive 2007-10-01

  • When we opened a laundry store on Kedzie Avenue - of course it failed - Jennie's reputation for openhandedness - and her absolute refusal to judge another human being - drew legions of the disinherited and discontented.

    Clancy Sigal: My Mom Jennie

  • And they were very aware of the fact that the great burden of scripture is the call for justice, the call for openhandedness toward the poor and the alien.

    Gilead's Balm

  • And they were very aware of the fact that the great burden of scripture is the call for justice, the call for openhandedness toward the poor and the alien.

    Gilead's Balm

  • And they were very aware of the fact that the great burden of scripture is the call for justice, the call for openhandedness toward the poor and the alien.

    Gilead's Balm

  • Known as the potlatch feast, it was an occasion on which some of the more affluent members of the tribe went so far as to bankrupt themselves in order to demonstrate the extent of their openhandedness.

    Death in Winter

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