3 Metaphors for bounties

His bounty to his brother John was rather profuse and imprudent.

Bounty in him was his natural talent, but he never distributed his favours but where he thought himself both loved and faithfully served, and when he was so, even the single actions of his private soldiers he would take particular notice of himself, and publicly own, acknowledge, and reward them, of which I am obliged to give some instances.

A great man's bounty (as he says in another place) should be a common sanctuary for the needy.

3 Metaphors for  bounties