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adverb as in generously

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To put it charitably, this is the jurisprudence of the simpleton.

As Mr. Woodson puts it, they must “sow charitably in order to reap politically.”

His relationship with Romney, a fellow Mormon and longtime acquaintance, can be charitably described as frosty.

Meanwhile the American strong-minded female understood herself, it is to be charitably hoped, but understood herself alone.

No minister in Preston, with similar means, is more charitably disposed than Mr. Wood.

I think so because I am the only sect that knows how to employ it gently, kindly, charitably, dispassionately.

There the tea-cosies and pen-wipers will be once more charitably sold.

But the poor man, through his sufferings, had much merit, and charitably and willingly shared his abundant fruit with them.


On this page you'll find 120 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to charitably, such as: abundantly, amply, freely, handsomely, lavishly, and liberally.

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