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Synonyms for charity
ˈtʃær ɪ ti

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. charity(noun)

    a foundation created to promote the public good (not for assistance to any particular individuals)

    Synonyms:
    brotherly love

  2. charity, brotherly love(noun)

    a kindly and lenient attitude toward people

    Synonyms:
    brotherly love

  3. charity(noun)

    an activity or gift that benefits the public at large

    Synonyms:
    brotherly love

  4. Jacob's ladder, Greek valerian, charity, Polemonium caeruleum, Polemonium van-bruntiae, Polymonium caeruleum van-bruntiae(noun)

    pinnate-leaved European perennial having bright blue or white flowers

    Synonyms:
    jack ladder, brotherly love, pilot ladder

  5. charity(noun)

    an institution set up to provide help to the needy

    Synonyms:
    brotherly love

Wiktionary

  1. charity(noun)

    Synonyms:
    charitable organization

  2. charity(noun)

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    Synonyms:
    charitable organization

  3. charity(noun)

    In general, an attitude of kindness and understanding towards others, now especially suggesting generosity.

    Judge thyself with the judgment of sincerity, and thou will judge others with the judgment of charity. \uE000163396 John Mitchell Mason

    Synonyms:
    charitable organization

  4. charity(noun)

    Benevolence to others less fortunate than ourselves; the providing of goods or money to those in need.

    Synonyms:
    charitable organization

  5. charity(noun)

    The goods or money given to those in need.

    Synonyms:
    charitable organization

  6. charity(noun)

    An organization, the objective of which is to carry out a charitable purpose.

    Synonyms:
    charitable organization

English Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. charity

    According to the etymology and original usage, beneficence is the doing well, benevolence the wishing or willing well to others; but benevolence has come to include beneficence, and to displace it. We should not now speak of benevolence which did not help, unless where there was no power to help; even then we should rather say good-will or sympathy. Charity, which originally meant the purest love for God and man (as in 1 Cor. xiii), is now almost universally applied to some form of almsgiving, and is much more limited in meaning than benevolence. Benignity suggests some occult power of blessing, such as was formerly ascribed to the stars; we may say a good man has an air of benignity. Kindness and tenderness are personal; benevolence and charity are general. Kindness extends to all sentient beings, whether men or animals, in prosperity or in distress. Tenderness especially goes out toward the young, feeble, and needy, or even to the dead. Humanity is so much kindness and tenderness toward man or beast as it would be inhuman not to have; we say of some act of care or kindness, "common humanity requires it." Generosity is self-forgetful kindness in disposition or action; it includes much besides giving; as, the generosity of forgiveness. Bounty applies to ample giving, which on a larger scale is expressed by munificence. Liberality indicates broad, genial kindly views, whether manifested in gifts or otherwise. We speak of the bounty of a generous host, the liberality or munificence of the founder of a college, or of the liberality of a theologian toward the holders of conflicting beliefs. Philanthropy applies to wide schemes for human welfare, often, but not always, involving large expenditures in charity or benevolence. Compare MERCY.

    Synonyms:
    almsgiving, beneficence, benevolence, benignity, bounty, generosity, good-will, humanity, kind-heartedness, kindliness, kindness, liberality, munificence, philanthropy, sympathy, unselfishness

    Antonyms:
    barbarity, brutality, churlishness, greediness, harshness, ill-will, illiberality, inhumanity, malevolence, malignity, niggardliness, self-seeking, selfishness, stinginess, unkindness

    Preposition:
    Benevolence of, on the part of, or from the wealthy, to or toward the poor.

Dictionary of English Synonymes

  1. charity(n.)

    Synonyms:
    benevolence, kindness, tenderness, affection, benignity, humanity, kind-heartedness, fellow-feeling, good-will, good-nature, milk of human kindness

  2. charity(n.)

    Synonyms:
    beneficence, liberality, generosity, bounty, alms-giving, active goodness, doing of good

  3. charity(n.)

    Synonyms:
    benefaction, gift, alms

Synonyms, Antonyms & Associated Words

  1. charity(n)

    Synonyms:
    benevolence, good will, love, benignity, philanthropy, beneficence, bounty, liberality, tolerance

    Associated words:
    eleemosynary, alms, dependent

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How to say charity in sign language?

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How to use charity in a sentence?

  1. Albert Einstein:

    More and more I come to value charity and love of one's fellow being above everything else... All our lauded technological progress--our very civilization--is like the axe in the hand of the pathological criminal.

  2. Phillips Brooks:

    Charity should begin at home, but should not stay there.

  3. Jason Kidd:

    If it becomes a popular thing, maybe we can do some charity events, a home run derby, or a tournament or something like that, but really just for the kids, or even the grown-ups, to come out and play some ball.

  4. V. P. Skipper:

    A kiss To a young girl, faith to a married woman, hope to an old maid, charity.

  5. William Shatner:

    I feel really awful. Here I am doing charity work and one of my dearest friends is being buried.


Translations for charity

From our Multilingual Translation Dictionary

  • welwillendheidsorganisasieAfrikaans
  • إحسان, صدقةArabic
  • благотворителна организация, милосърдие, благотворителностBulgarian
  • charita, dobročinnostCzech
  • velgørenhedDanish
  • Wohltätigkeitsorganisation, Nächstenliebe, WohltätigkeitGerman
  • καλοσύνη, αγαθοεργία, φιλανθρωπίαGreek
  • entidad benéfica, amor al prójimo, caridadSpanish
  • صدقه, خیراتPersian
  • hyväntekeväisyys, armeliaisuus, hyväntekeväisyysjärjestöFinnish
  • charitéFrench
  • caridadeGalician
  • צדקהHebrew
  • दानHindi
  • jótékonyságHungarian
  • amalIndonesian
  • góðgerðarstofnun, góðgerðarstarfsemiIcelandic
  • carità, ente di beneficenza, organizzazione beneficaItalian
  • צדקהHebrew
  • 慈善Japanese
  • қайырымдылықKazakh
  • 慈善, 자선Korean
  • caritateLatin
  • labdarībaLatvian
  • добротворност, добротворен прилог, добротворна организација, милосрдиеMacedonian
  • naastenliefde, liefdadigheid, liefdadigheidsinstellingDutch
  • veldedighetNorwegian
  • caritatOccitan
  • dobroczynnośćPolish
  • caridade, doação, [[instituição]] [[de]] [[caridade]]Portuguese
  • caritateRomanian
  • богадельня, милостыня, благотворительность, милосердие, благотворительное обществоRussian
  • dobrodavanje, dobrodavstvo, dobrodavatiSerbo-Croatian
  • välgörenhet, välgörenhetsorganisation, välgSwedish
  • sadakaTurkish
  • благодійністьUkrainian
  • صدقہUrdu

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