Thesaurus / charitably

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"I hope Hartledon upset him," charitably interrupted the dowager.

Elster's FollyMrs. Henry Wood

She spoke sensibly, modestly, charitably, and without passion.

Women of Modern France (Illustrated)Hugo Paul Thieme (1870-1940)

Charitably wishes his reformation; but utterly, and from principle, rejects him.

Clarissa, Volume 6 (of 9)Samuel Richardson

This priest discovers that the British officer whom he has so charitably put to bed in his house is the bearer of dispatches.

The SnareRafael Sabatini

This luxury I am charitably much treated to, and it does me a world of good.

Some gave no reasons, others alleged that it behoved them yet once again to warn her charitably.

Mrs. Rizal attended to the business affairs and was more careful in her handling of money, though quite as charitably disposed.

"The shock has unnerved you," she charitably, soothingly whispered: "Come away with me," but the major's wife refused to go.

An Apache PrincessCharles King

But, oh, why didn't you come a little earlier and charitably help us through the wait?

V. V.'s EyesHenry Sydnor Harrison

Under such circumstances it is not easy to live smoothly and charitably.

A Man's Value to SocietyNewell Dwight Hillis

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