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Definition of largesse noun from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary



(also largess) noun
, NAmE//lɑrˈʒɛs//
[uncountable] (formal or humorous)
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the act or quality of being generous with money; money that you give to people who have less than you She is not noted for her largesse (= she is not generous). to dispense largesse to the poor
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