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magnanimity

noun mag·na·nim·i·ty \ˌmag-nə-ˈni-mə-tē\
plural mag·na·nim·i·ties

Definition of MAGNANIMITY

1
:  the quality of being magnanimous :  loftiness of spirit enabling one to bear trouble calmly, to disdain meanness and pettiness, and to display a noble generosity
2
:  a magnanimous act

First Known Use of MAGNANIMITY

14th century

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