Synonyms for Liberality:

n.

receptive, liberal, adaptable, live and let live, open, open-minded, have/keep an open mind, enterprising, tolerant, broad-minded. hospitality, warmth, consideration, liberalism, support, altruism, universality, solicitude. give, bounteousness, bountifulness, openhandedness, generousness, magnanimity, unsparingness, magnanimousness, freehandedness, big-heartedness, large-heartedness, Great-heartedness, lavishness. attribute (noun)
liberalness.
cognition (noun)
liberalness.
generosity (noun)
charity, hospitality, bounteousness, altruism, freehandedness, unsparingness, openhandedness, magnanimousness, large-heartedness, benevolence, big-heartedness, bountifulness, magnanimity, kindness, generousness, lavishness, Great-heartedness.
mildness (noun)
mildness, charity, cordiality, benignity, liberalness, moderation, forbearance, gentleness, clemency, meekness, insipidity, latitude, amiability, permissiveness, benevolence, peaceableness, tolerance, geniality, liberty, kindness, softness, broad-mindedness, easiness, moderateness, open-mindedness, tenderness, libertarianism, quietness, evenness, acceptance, lenience, laxity.

Other synonyms:

generousness, altruism, bounteousness, solicitude, bountifulness, magnanimousness, unsparingness, openhandedness, freehandedness, big-heartedness, large-heartedness, Great-heartedness, liberalism. magnanimity, warmth, hospitality. consideration, lavishness. Other relevant words:
magnanimity, generousness, hospitality, unsparingness, liberalism, bountifulness, universality, freehandedness, consideration, bounteousness, giving, magnanimousness, altruism, openhandedness, warmth, support, lavishness, liberal, big-heartedness, large-heartedness, Great-heartedness.

Usage examples for liberality

  1. Their work being finished, the workmen waited until his Majesty should give them some token of his satisfaction, and flattered themselves he would display a truly royal liberality – The Project Gutenberg Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte by Bourrienne, Constant, and Stewarton
  2. It was a measure of remarkable liberality – Native Races and the War by Josephine Elizabeth Butler
  3. They wanted, for once, to get the credit of liberality for nothing. – The-Brick-Moon-and-Other-Stories by Hale, Edward Everett