Largesse in a Sentence
Largesse - Definition
generous acts of giving gifts or money to a large number of people
Use Largesse in a sentence
Because of the millionaire’s largesse, twenty underprivileged graduates now have college scholarships.
An activist for the poor, Phillip is well-known for his largesse which helps many in need.
If it were not for the largesse of Diana’s charity, many people in the city would go hungry.
When I was in need, I benefited from the largesse of an anonymous donor.
The largesse provided by local corporations will support the building of a neighborhood park.
Because the donations have been low this year, our church will not be able to give out its usual largesse during the holidays.
Even before he won the lottery, Albert performed acts of largesse within the homeless community.
Government largesse should not be given to greedy corporations who take advantage of consumers.
Although I am glad my grandmother is a generous person, her largesse has almost put her in the poor house.
If it were not for my employer’s largesse, I would not be driving a company car.
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