Definition of munificently in English:

munificently

adverb

  • See munificent

    • ‘I had the choice to do something more pleasing if I had wished, and I was paid, if not munificently, at least adequately.’
    • ‘Later benefactors included Charles Fairfax Murray, minor Pre-Raphaelite, scholar and picture-dealer, who anonymously and munificently donated forty-six paintings, including the pair by Lely.’
    • ‘She became great friends with several members of the Cowley Fathers, and gave munificently towards the establishment of their monastery in Cambridge.’
    • ‘Paul Getty, junior, and Baron Thyssen-Bornemisza contributed munificently to the purchase.’

Pronunciation

munificently

/mjʊˈnɪfɪs(ə)ntli/