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magnanimous
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Anna Karenina
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  • And me to go magnanimously to forgive her, and have pity on her!
  • He felt that the husband was magnanimous even in his sorrow, while he had been base and petty in his deceit.
  • It means that I, hating him, but still recognizing that I have wronged him—and I consider him magnanimous—that I humiliate myself to write to himů.
  • If you will allow me to recapitulate, it was like this: when you parted, you were as magnanimous as could possibly be; you were ready to give her everything—freedom, divorce even.
  • I know you are a truly magnanimous man," said Betsy, stopping in the little drawing-room, and with special warmth shaking hands with him once more.

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  • He was magnanimous toward those he conquered.
  • She was conciliatory and magnanimous.

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