(1) He had his days of disappointment too, but he was equally gracious and magnanimous in both victory and defeat.(2) I wish to thank you for all your support last night and the magnanimous gesture of giving me your water bottle.(3) Before I was short-tempered and abrasive, but now I have learned the art of becoming more magnanimous .(4) She decided that, in light of the news she was going to share, she could be magnanimous and forgive Aria.(5) If you can quieten the Paris crowd you have half the battle won and they proved themselves magnanimous in defeat by giving the Scots a rousing cheer at the final whistle.(6) But despite his disappointment, McCallion was more than magnanimous in defeat.(7) It sounds like a very magnanimous thing for Google to do - to build a virtual library of Alexandria, but there is a solid business reason as well.(8) King Frederick William, in a magnanimous gesture, presented the entire room to the tsar.(9) It was magnanimous of Mr Beattie to accept responsibility for the failures in our power supply.(10) It should be realised that without their good will and magnanimous gesture, such a major project as this could not go ahead.(11) The parents have been magnanimous , and both the parent-teacher association and action group have worked well as a team.(12) He always showed a wonderful degree of sportsmanship and in victory or defeat was magnanimous to the other side.(13) The tragic blunders of the era of reconstruction came from the lack of such magnanimous politics.(14) But the experience, sadly, left them neither magnanimous nor humble in victory.(15) More importantly, the ode implies that Henri is generous and magnanimous .(16) It is easy to be magnanimous , of course, when things go well for you.