charity[ char-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF charity
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHARITY
The rest of the estate went to the testator's widow for life, and then to charity.
Won't they dance, even for charity, except in their own houses?
He wished to do an act of charity as far as he could afford it.
What could she invent, so to be before him in giving her charity?
But the worst of all in this matter was that Angelique soon despaired of her charity.
He has divided his biography into three parts, entitled—‘Faith, Hope, Charity.’
The deed of the Charity did not absolutely specify “childless widows.”
There is something in these words which charity requires us to excuse.
One who receives a benefit from another, or is otherwise an object of charity.
Such an angel of charity to the poor, such a demon of obstinacy with the rich!