philanthropist

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In supporting it, therefore, we support all that is dear to the freeman and the philanthropist.

You'd think he was a philanthropist, determined to give us some of the pleasures of life.

Edmund Burke, an illustrious orator, statesman, and philanthropist.

The miser is happy when he hoards his gold; the philanthropist when he distributes his.

We believe this study is not unworthy the Christian philosopher and philanthropist.

Does not the vulgar estimate confound the philanthropist with the speculator?

Clemens was not a business man, and Bliss was not a philanthropist.

No, I should like to publish your book, but I am neither a philanthropist nor a millionaire.'

"I am quite too warm-hearted a fellow to be a philanthropist," laughed Neckart.

"He's a philanthropist at heart, I imagine," remarked Ebenezer, agreeably.

WORD ORIGIN

1731, from philanthropy + -ist. Related: Philanthropism.

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