open-handedness

Related to open-handedness: bohemianism
Translations

open-handedness

[ˌəʊpənˈhændɪdnɪs] N (= liberal attitude) → liberalidad f; (= generosity) → generosidad f
References in classic literature ?
They knew his open-handedness; and half an hour later the invalid doctor from Hamburg, who lived on the top floor, looked enviously out of the window at the merry party of healthy Russians assembled under the chestnut tree.
Various motives urged Bulstrode to this open-handedness, but he did not himself inquire closely into all of them.
Though the book is liberal in tone, it does not aim for political movements, but rather for open-handedness, generosity, working against authoritarianism, and thinking beyond orthodoxy.
Though caring for children is a basic human responsibility, never in previous history have thousands of soldiers united with such resolve and open-handedness to save and protect the lives of thousands of children.
To Kalenjins, who greatly value courage and open-handedness, there is no contest between the two.