without stint


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without stint

Generously or liberally. I think we should promote Trish, especially considering that she always gave her time without stint when we needed help with that project.
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do something without ˈstint

(written) do something generously and in large amounts: She praises her pupils without stint.
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He was eulogized in The Keswick Week, 1948: Rev Aldis "gave himself without stint, and always with joy and enrichment to those who worked with him" (16).
In that speech, Wilson extolled the supposed merits of "Force, Force to the utmost, Force without stint or limit, the righteous and triumphant Force which shall make Right the law of the world.
the way an auxiliary verb slides back & forth in a balanced sentence--a field of summer flowers, she absorbs & spills delight without stint.
Yet, in the midst of all, personal relationships have always come first, with a generosity that has been the bedrock of his life and work, helping friends, colleagues, comrades, without stint.
The book attracted astounding support, Bellamy became a political activist, advocated nationalism--not socialism--and worked without stint for a better America.
On top of everything else, de Beer was a dedicated servant of the state through all the bodies for which he worked without stint or recognition.
attempting to put death off, enjoying without stint the five
Launcbed bravely into tbe inquiry, Morse bravely ran aground: "I said I thougbt I had solved tbe problem of One Man getting rich or accumulating possessions without stint while another remained stationary-or apparently went back 2 steps to one gained and never got out of the rut of poverty.