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noun as in philanthropy

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Holiday season is finally here and nothing beats seasonal gifts.

If this year is anything like last, after December 25, 68% of consumers plan to keep shopping for gifts and product exchanges.

Further, its growing advertising business and sales of virtual gifts for tipping creators made TikTok the number two non-gaming app by consumer spending in the third quarter of this year.

Despite plans looking a little diffrent this year, that doesn’t mean your gift giving skills has to lack.

Below the gift selector you’ll find even more gift-giving advice.

Is Seagal being compensated by Putin re-gifting Bob Kraft's Super Bowl ring to him?

In fact, she was struck with an episode during her interview, gifting an unsuspecting audience member with, yep, a free car.

In her article, Medine acknowledges the slippery slope of gifting and expresses remorse.

Four years after gifting his DNA via Craigslist, a Kansas man may be on the hook for $6,000 in child support.

But self-gifting of cash was downright rampant in corporate boardrooms across America.

Ashur-uballit, king of Ashur, once wrote intimating to Akhenaton that he was gifting him horses and chariots and a jewel seal.


On this page you'll find 173 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to gifting, such as: donation, endowment, fund, philanthropy, alms, and alms-giving.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.