benignity

  1. the quality of being kind and gentle
  2. a kind act

Benignity

Benignity (from Latin benignus `kind, good`, itself deriving from bonus `good` and genus `origin`) is any condition that is harmless in the long run. The opposite of benignity is malignant. ...
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Benignity

• (n.) The quality of being benign; goodness; kindness; graciousness. • (n.) Salubrity; wholesome quality. • (n.) Mildness; gentleness.
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benignity

benignancy noun the quality of being kind and gentle
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Benignity

Be·nig'ni·ty noun [ Middle English benignite , French bénignité , Old French bénigneté , from Latin benignitas . See Benign .] 1. The quality of being benign; goodness; kindness; graciousness. ' Benignity of aspect.' Sir W. Scott. 2....
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benignity

benignity 1. Kindness and gentleness of disposition or appearance. 2. A kind or gracious act.
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benignity

[n] - the quality of being kind and gentle
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