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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • You thought to escape my munificence, but it is in vain.
  • The delighted recipients of these munificent gifts would gladly have poured out their thanks to their generous benefactor, but they had seen him, upon quitting the hut, merely give some orders to a sailor, and then springing lightly on horseback, leave Marseilles by the Porte d’Aix.

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  • She was in a munificent mood and contributed a million dollars to the cause.
  • a munificent gift

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