charitable

[ char-i-tuh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF charitable

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHARITABLE

I am charitable enough to hope that this gratified her more than it vexed me, which was not at all.

I tried to be charitable, to relieve poverty, but they say there is no poverty to be relieved.

The duchess only survived Fox a year; she died in 1806, beloved, charitable, penitent.

She was interested in all church duties 252 and in all charitable enterprises.

It is true, there is infinite pleasure in this charitable pursuit.

Mother, you are too charitable for this earth—too unworldly altogether.

He was more anxious than heretofore to be charitable towards the world.

By morning you may even have grown so charitable as not to know who it was that tied you up.

Is it because of some work for God that we do in this world, charitable or social?

The Protestants never have any distress which calls for charitable aid.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CHARITABLE

not for profit

adjectivenot commercially motivated
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