Liberality meaning

lĭbə-rălĭ-tē
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Liberality is defined as the quality of spending generously and freely, or of being open to new ideas or different people and lifestyles.

When you are generous with your money and buy great gifts for everyone all the time, this is an example of liberality.

When you are accepting of people of all races, genders, sexual orientations and national origins, this is an example of liberality.

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A prudent man is not impoverished by his liberalities.

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The quality or state of being liberal.
  • Willingness to give or share freely; generosity.
  • Absence of narrowness or prejudice in thinking; broad-mindedness.
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The quality or state of being liberal or generous.
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An instance of being liberal.
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The property of being liberal; generosity; charity.

That liberality is but cast away / Which makes us borrow what we can not pay. "” Denham.

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Origin of liberality

  • Middle English, from Old French liberalité, from Latin lÄ«berālitās (“a noble, kind, or friendly disposition; generosity")

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