Word of the Day (munificence)-14NOV20

Word of the Day (munificence)-14NOV20

Today’s “Word of the Day” is munificence and it is a noun meaning “the quality of being extremely generous (with money); generosity, bountifulness, magnanimity, open-handedness, big-heartedness”.

Example Sentence: An American multinational pharmaceutical company Pfizer and its German biotech partner, BioNTech, stand to make an astonishing £9.8bn next year from a coronavirus vaccine. The pharmaceutical industry has long made exorbitant profits by free-riding on research carried out by the public sector. Big pharma is reliant on public-sector munificence.

This word is present in The Guardian article The Covid vaccine will benefit humanity – we should all own the patent and click here to read it.

Courtesy: The Guardian

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