generously (part of speech: adverb)
- " Well, if he likes to try, he may," said Horace magnanimously. - "The Crimson Sweater", Ralph Henry Barbour.
- Then followed more thanks and broken expressions of gratitude, all of which Waldo magnanimously waved aside as wholly unnecessary. - "The Lost City", Joseph E. Badger, Jr..
- " You still are one," Arethusa remarked sweetly for him alone; but Timothy magnanimously allowed this interpolation to pass without retaliation. - "The Heart of Arethusa", Francis Barton Fox.