1 I was bought by a good and generous man.
2 In his patient, generous bosom he bears the anguish of a world.
3 The boy is generous and warm-hearted, but a perfect fire-cracker when excited.
4 The number of those men who know how to use wholly irresponsible power humanely and generously is small.
5 The death of her husband had left her an ample fortune, which she generously offered to share with the family.
6 Impulsively generous she had always been; but there was a touching and womanly thoughtfulness about her now, that every one noticed.
7 We have reason to know, in Kentucky, as in Mississippi, are noble and generous hearts, to whom never was tale of suffering told in vain.
8 He was generous to his friends and equals, but proud, dominant, overbearing, to inferiors, and utterly unmerciful to whatever set itself up against him.
9 There does not breathe on God's earth a nobler-souled, more generous fellow, than Alfred, in all that concerns his equals; and we got on admirably with this property question, without a single unbrotherly word or feeling.
10 Among his equals, never was a man more just and generous; but he considered the negro, through all possible gradations of color, as an intermediate link between man and animals, and graded all his ideas of justice or generosity on this hypothesis.
11 Again, we have waited with him in a sunny island, where generous hands concealed his chains with flowers; and, lastly, we have followed him when the last ray of earthly hope went out in night, and seen how, in the blackness of earthly darkness, the firmament of the unseen has blazed with stars of new and significant lustre.