overgenerously


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overgenerously

(ˌəʊvəˈdʒɛnərəslɪ)
adv
in an overgenerous manner
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These unethical authorships can occur when a legitimate author overgenerously grants coauthorship to a peer, to someone senior to them, to an academic or administrative supervisor, or to a friend.
They provide themselves with the strongest defence--short of injuring or killing their accusers--against being derided as optimistic, uncritical, utopian or having an overgenerously positive view of man.
So even if we allow a word to become very long indeed (Leibniz overgenerously supposes thirty-two letters (5)), there will be only a limited number of words that can possibly be formed (namely 24 exp 32).