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Given or giving without restraint; unsparing.‘he was unstinting in his praise’
ungrudging, unsparing, willingly given, free, free-handed, ready, beneficent, benevolent, big-hearted, kind-hearted, kind, unselfishlavish, liberal, generous, magnanimous, open-handed, munificent, bountifulprofuse, abundant, amplebounteous, plenteousView synonyms
- ‘The customary verbals gave way to unstinting praise after he was out.’
- ‘They were unstinting in their generosity, politeness and helpfulness.’
- ‘Deirdre thanked all the hard working committee for all their efforts during the busy year and for doing it so willingly with such dedication and unstinting of their time.’
- ‘At every stage in a fairytale life, the stoic sensible lovely Lancashire lass has been Tom's buttress, giving unstinting support and keeping his feet firmly on the ground.’
- ‘He was unstinting in his praise for the 7,000-strong following.’
- ‘Astonishingly, or perhaps not so astonishingly given her unstinting energy, enthusiasm and skills of organisation, Alexander even manages to have a life.’
- ‘It gives unstinting praise to the true author of good things.’
- ‘In response to the generous tributes, he thanked the city for its unstinting support.’
- ‘I humbly request to be included among the latter and to be allowed to quote an example of his unstinting kindness and generosity.’
- ‘As we know from past appeals, Press readers are unstinting in their generosity.’
- ‘In four decades of unstinting service to Rovers, he showed he possessed them all at one time or another, which is why he's become so entwined in the very fabric of his favourite football club.’
- ‘These data confirm the unstinting and largely unreported dedication of the American public to multilateralism in foreign policy.’
- ‘These are the unsung heroes of the Trust and I would like to thank them for their unstinting work in the care of others.’
- ‘I would like to thank all of them for their unstinting generosity.’
- ‘He was unstinting in his praise and respect for Marion as the steady fulcrum of his life and he never failed to proudly mention his children and grandchildren.’
- ‘My unstinting generosity of character is pain sometimes.’
- ‘They do it for the sheer joy it brings to others and with no thought of rewards or praise for their own unstinting efforts.’
- ‘It was the fact that her unsurpassed work ethic and her unstinting generosity have made her a legend among her colleagues.’
- ‘He is recognised for his unstinting work for veterans of the former 4th Battalion of the Wiltshire Regiment, affectionately known as the Vly Club.’
- ‘In an address at York Minster, the Archbishop of York paid tribute to the unstinting service, profound wisdom and unswerving faith of the Queen.’
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