benevolent

[ buh-nev-uh-luhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF benevolent

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BENEVOLENT

Nothing obstructs my benevolent exertion but human infidelity.

This benevolent and simple man no doubt felt some affection for him.

Radiant with benevolent pleasure, she went to announce the glad tidings.

You have a hand all benevolent to give-why were you denied the pleasure?

The Great Mother, he thought bitterly, benevolent and overflowing!

That person in black is our Abb, as benevolent, worthy a creature as ever lived!

Maybe the Policeman's Benevolent wouldn't like that, but Ned doesn't seem to mind.

You nicknamed that benevolent Jesuit 'the Chaise of Convenience.'

He does well, however, to return to his benevolent friend, the Medium.

Oh yes, the other day, in behalf of the Benevolent Organization.

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