ungrudging


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ungrudging

(ʌnˈɡrʌdʒɪŋ)
adj
liberal; unstinted; willing: ungrudging support.
unˈgrudgingly adv

un•grudg•ing

(ʌnˈgrʌdʒ ɪŋ)

adj.
not begrudging; not reluctant or resentful; wholehearted.
[1760–70]
un•grudg′ing•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.ungrudging - without envy or reluctance; "ungrudging admiration"
generous - not petty in character and mind; "unusually generous in his judgment of people"
Translations

ungrudging

[ˈʌnˈgrʌdʒɪŋ] ADJliberal, generoso; [support etc] → generoso

ungrudging

adj help, supportbereitwillig; admirationneidlos; (= generous) person, contributiongroßzügig; praise, gratitudevon ganzem Herzen kommend attr

ungrudging

[ʌnˈgrʌdʒɪŋ] adj (help) → dato/a volentieri; (praise) → sincero/a
References in classic literature ?
"Anne, there's one thing in particular I like about you -- you're so ungrudging. There isn't a particle of envy in you."
His own economic genius was so entirely for operations on a larger scale, and, to move at his ease, he needed so imperatively the sense of great risks and great prizes, that he found an ungrudging entertainment in the spectacle of fortunes made by the aggregation of copper coins, and in the minute subdivision of labor and profit.
Temperate, kindly, wise, of ungrudging disposition, a merry heart upon the road, never forgetting, learned, truthful, courteous.
BANNU -- In a show of ungrudging courtesy and kindness, a man pardoned the alleged murderer of his three-year-old son on promise that he would enroll at least one of his own sons or daughters to a religious seminary in the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (K-P) town on Wednesday.
(50) Next, leading ([phrase omitted]) his beloved to scientific logoi, (51) he comes at last to the "vast open sea of the beautiful." At this point, he "gives birth ([phrase omitted])--in ungrudging philosophy--to many beautiful and magnificent speeches and thoughts." (52) The "perfect end of erotics" ([phrase omitted] ...
Through this state he depicts in himself the beauty of the divine virtues just as a [picture] is a good imitation of the beauty of the archetype; he descends, offering himself to those who want to imitate his virtue and showing by this the generous and ungrudging grace received in exchange.
This viewer, attending a packed Thursday night show, was wowed in fits and starts, but mostly filled with a new, ungrudging respect for Hemsworth.
"And now that he heeded to our demand and responded accordingly, we ungrudging accept his apology for it purposely serve as an acknowledgement and affirmation of reality that he is personally responsible for massacres, destruction of properties and massive displacement of 2.5 million of the populace by the virtue of the office he held, either by his acts of commission or omission," he added.
By comparison, the erotic ascent to philosophy in the Symposium is described by Diotima as "a turning to the vast sea of the beautiful, which gives birth upon viewing to many beautiful and magnificent speeches and thoughts in ungrudging philosophy [philosophiai aphthonoi]" (210d3-6).
It's firgun, a Hebrew word that describes the ungrudging pleasure one takes in someone else's good fortune.
Chew and Chew (2013) explain that the altruistic and ungrudging character-role of unions, particularly the National Trades Union Congress (NTUC) in Singapore helped transcend the understanding of mutual interests and respect.