magnanimous englannista suomeksi
(RQ:Shakespeare Troilus Q1)
(quote-book)|title=Francesca Carrara|volume=3|page=206|text=First, our friendship began at that early time when alone it is unalloyed and sincere; secondly"—and here, in spite of her vivacity, Marie's voice trembled—"you are associated with the only being in the world I ever really loved; and thirdly, I have I behaved exceedingly ill to you, and, consequently, feel it quite magnanimous not to hate you, which is the established rule on such occasions.
1923, Walter de la Mare, ''Seaton's Aunt''
- I felt vaguely he was a sneak, and remained quite unmollified by advances on his side, which, in a boy's barbarous fashion, unless it suited me to be magnanimous, I haughtily ignored.