Largess in a sentence

Use Largesse in a sentence

Largesse;

Meaning: [noun] generosity;

The orphans owe their living to this largesse.

Road builders will benefit most from the government’s largess.

Despite his largesse , Gaines had a penny-pinching side.

Sanford ‘s donation is the latest in a history of philanthropic largess.

On the other hand it will need massive US largesse to recoup war losses.

Abramoff had a reputation for largesse considered exceptional even by Washington standards.

Once satisfied by the government ‘s largesse , they immediately revert to being capitalists.

But should we not be grateful for the largesse of the rich?

UCSF has hardly been the largest-scale recipient of Feeney’s largesse.

His social welfare largess will be distributed among the well-to-do mothers.

They live at their childhood home off the largess of their Hollywood star sister, Masha.

He was commonly known as Lord Malhi for his larger than life personality, largesse and lavish parties.