Antonyms for alms-giving

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His alms-giving, I have heard, was most extensive, covering almost the whole Archipelago.

Again, extravagant costume is the foe of all Christian alms-giving.

She practised the habit of alms-giving, however, not only with her own money but mine.

Alms-giving is religiously enjoined by the holy Scriptures of both.

As to alms-giving the measure was to be, "what ye have to spare."

He restored the communion-table, and insisted on daily alms-giving.

Cornelius' alms-giving and prayers were kept in heaven as a memorial.

It is not known just what rules governed their relations, but they employed the time in moderate fasting, prayers and alms-giving.

This alms-giving did me good; it made me forget my losses, and I spent a delightful evening with the marchioness.

The alms-giving was enormous, charity and fear together opened both hearts and purses.

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