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generous

(of wine) rich in alcohol
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Julia was sensibly touched with his distress, and for an instant there was some regret mingled with self- satisfaction at her own candour--but then the delightful reflection soon presented itself of the gratitude of Antonio when he learnt her generous conduct, and her self-denial in favour of a man whom she had as yet never seen.
that was the time of youth, confidence, the generous season when the blood commands, when it is warmed by feeling
Here also is the "Land of Souls," in which are the "towns of the free and generous spirits," where those who have pleased the master of life while living, enjoy after death all manner of delights.
He was quick to discover talent, and his praise was generous.
What I do is as generous," added the king, "as what you have done, for I am in your power.
He wrote me his check for a generous sum, and then, before I had had an opportunity to thank him, said: "I am so grateful to you, Mr.
Left alone, Lady Lydiard decided on occupying her mind in the generous direction by composing her anonymous letter to the clergyman.
With him we tramp the heather, and ford the rushing streams; his poems are full of healthy, generous life.
abstract: You are just and generous to Blanche; Blanche is just and generous to you; and you both combine to be just and generous together to your children.
She contrasted his generous confidence in her (the confidence of which she was unworthy) with her ungracious distrust of him.
Well, if you are disposed to publish the matter, I cannot dissuade you, of course - but there will be terrible work if you do - and if you don't, I shall think you the most generous of mortal beings - and if there is anything in the world I can do for you - anything short of - ' she hesitated.
Allworthy answered, "That he was sorry for what his nephew had done, but could not consent to punish him, as he acted rather from a generous than unworthy motive.