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1. In "Magnanimous," that "animus" is joined by Latin magnus, meaning "great." Basically meaning "greatness of spirit," "magnanimity" is the opposite of pettiness
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2. A truly Magnanimous person can lose without complaining and win without gloating
3. Angry disputes can sometimes be resolved when one side makes a Magnanimous …
4. Magnanimous definition, generous in forgiving an insult or injury; free from petty resentfulness or vindictiveness: to be Magnanimous toward one's enemies
5. Magnanimous comes from Latin magnus "great" and animus "soul," so it literally describes someone who is big-hearted
6. 13 synonyms of Magnanimous from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 18 related words, definitions, and antonyms
7. Find another word for Magnanimous
8. Magnanimous: having, characterized by, or arising from a dignified and generous nature.
9. Toward a competitor or enemy: The Yankees ’ manager was Magnanimous in defeat, praising Seattle for its fine play
10. (Definition of Magnanimous from the Cambridge Academic …
11. This man is Jean Biencourt, commonly called Potrincourt, of noble birth and a Magnanimous man
12. II: ACADIA, 1612-1614 VARIOUS With which Magnanimous sentiment he turned on his clumsy heel, and entered his apartment again.
13. The definition of Magnanimous is big-hearted, noble and generous of spirit
14. Someone who can look the other way when he has been wronged and who can pardon the person who has done the wrong is an example of someone who is Magnanimous.
15. Magnanimous was chosen to conceptualize and execute a two part event for luxury cosmetics giant – Christian Dior Parfums
16. Magnanimous 'Magnanimous' is a 11 letter word starting with M and ending with S Crossword clues for 'Magnanimous' Clue Answer; Generous and noble (11) Magnanimous: Great-hearted (11) Synonyms, crossword answers and other related words for Magnanimous
17. Magnanimous pronunciation: maeg nae nih m s features: Word Combinations , Word Parts
18. Donating the priceless statue to the museum was a Magnanimous act on the part of the private collector.
19. Magnanimous - WordReference English dictionary, questions, discussion and forums
20. Prime Minister Imran's Magnanimous gesture in releasing the captured Indian pilot is a decision that has been hailed and welcomed internationally as a measure …
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21. Learner's definition of Magnanimous [more Magnanimous; most Magnanimous] formal : having or showing a generous and kind nature The team was Magnanimous in victory
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22. Kind and generous, especially to someone that you have defeated a Magnanimous gesture —Magnanimously adverb —magnanimity /ˌmæɡnəˈnɪməti/ noun [ uncountable] Examples from the Corpus Magnanimous • This might seem excessively saintly and Magnanimous.
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23. It was Magnanimous of Mr Beattie to accept responsibility for the failures in our power supply
24. She was feeling less bitter, so she took off her petticoat and put on her greatcoat, the better to be Magnanimous
25. But the experience, sadly, left them neither Magnanimous nor humble in victory.
26. Magnanimous: Highly moral, especially in showing kindness or forgiveness, as in overlooking insults or not seeking revenge.
27. A Magnanimous gesture; He was Magnanimous in defeat and praised his opponent's skill
28. The regime had to decide whether to be Magnanimous in victory
29. Adjective If you are Magnanimous, you behave kindly and generously towards someone, especially after defeating them or being treated badly by them
30. I was prepared to be Magnanimous, prepared to feel compassion for him
31. He was a man capable of Magnanimous gestures.
32. Find 38 ways to say Magnanimous, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
33. A Magnanimous act, a 1782 prose work by Friedrich Schiller This page was last edited on 29 March 2020, at 10:25 (UTC)
34. ‘Matilda's inability to be Magnanimous in victory had cost the country another 12 years of civil war.’ ‘Haney is a true sportsman, always Magnanimous and complimentary to his rivals.’ ‘If you can quieten the Paris crowd you have half the battle won and they proved themselves Magnanimous in defeat by giving the Scots a rousing cheer at
35. Magnanimous (adj.) 1580s, "nobly brave or valiant," from magnanimity + -ous, or else from Latin magnanimus "highminded," literally "great-souled," from magnus "great" (from PIE root *meg-"great") + animus "mind, soul, spirit" (see animus).From 1590s as "elevated in soul or sentiment, superior to petty resentments." Related: Magnanimously.
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36. ‘Matilda's inability to be Magnanimous in victory had cost the country another 12 years of civil war.’ ‘Haney is a true sportsman, always Magnanimous and complimentary to his rivals.’ ‘If you can quieten the Paris crowd you have half the battle won and they proved themselves Magnanimous in defeat by giving the Scots a rousing cheer at
37. Definition of Magnanimous (adjective): willing to be kind and fair
38. Definition and synonyms of Magnanimous from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Education.
39. This is the British English definition of Magnanimous.View American English definition of Magnanimous.
40. The emperor was a fearsome warrior, but he was often Magnanimous toward those he conquered
41. 1923, Walter de la Mare, Seaton's Aunt I felt vaguely he was a sneak, and remained quite unmollified by advances on his side, which, in a boy's barbarous fashion, unless it suited me to be Magnanimous, I haughtily ignored.; Synonyms: big-hearted, generous, great-hearted, large-hearted, unselfish Related terms 
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42. Magnanimous Dictated by or exhibiting nobleness of soul; honorable; noble; not selfish
43. "Both strived for death; Magnanimous debate." "There is an indissoluble union between a Magnanimous policy and the solid rewards of public prosperity and felicity."
44. Magnanimous Brewing was founded from the collected experience of a few veterans of the Tampa Bay and U.S
45. From their brewery in the Tampa Heights neighborhood, the crew at Magnanimous Brewing strive to fulfill their mantra
46. The taproom has a deep, concave-like ceiling with Magnanimous's nameplate hung over the electronic taproom menu screens where the u-shaped bar is located
47. Charlie Meers (right), co-founder and president of Magnanimous Brewing
48. We found 7 answers for “Magnanimous”
49. This page shows answers to the clue Magnanimous, followed by 3 definitions like “Noble and generous in spirit”, “Dictated by or exhibiting nobleness of soul” and “(Obscure words) noble and generous in spirit”.A synonym for Magnanimous is noble minded.
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52. “Magnanimous people have no vanity, they have no jealousy, and they …
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55. Definition of Magnanimous adjective in Oxford Advanced American Dictionary
56. What is the opposite of Magnanimous? Antonyms for Magnanimous (opposite of Magnanimous).
57. The quality of being Magnanimous; greatness of mind; elevation or dignity of soul
58. Magnanimous is one of the first enemies and most deadly Coop and his friends encounter
59. Magnanimous is first seen in the episode, "Battle Royale", monitoring Coop fighting a random robot, exclaiming that he "might be able to use this
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60. Translation for 'Magnanimous' in the free English-Polish dictionary and many other Polish translations.
61. Magnanimous Group, Mumbai, India
62. Another way to say Magnanimous? Synonyms for Magnanimous (other words and phrases for Magnanimous).