Examples of charitable in a Sentence
She makes a charitable donation every year.
He performs charitable work to help the poor.
They give money to charitable causes.
She has tried to be charitable about her sister's problems.
Half of the class has a chance at passing the test, and that is a charitable estimate.
Recent Examples of charitable from the Web
But a series of lawsuits filed in the past five years by priests, nuns, charitable organizations, hospitals, advocacy groups and colleges and universities convinced Trump administration officials that a change was needed.
But Bloomberg Philanthropies, Mr. Bloomberg’s charitable organization, is offering to donate $14 million over the next two years to help fund the budget should it be needed, a spokeswoman said.
Grand (and charitable) finale This year’s Beer to the Rescue, an annual fundraiser for the Lupus Foundation of Southern California, concludes today at West Coast Barbecue & Brew, 6126 Lake Murray Blvd.
For Muslims, the month of Ramadan is a time to reread the Koran, focus on one's faith, be charitable and commune with family and friends in celebration of life and God.
I am especially drawn to the smaller charitable organizations trying to do so much good with so little.
Meanwhile, even the most charitable reading of the Trump presidency thus far involves a good number of public, unforced errors as well as torrential scrutiny attending every dubious assertion from the White House.
Bacon later formed a nonprofit, SixDegrees.org, to link people with charitable organizations.
Overseen by the Johnson County Museum Foundation, the project is funded by donations from several area charitable foundations and institutions.
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First Known Use of charitable
CHARITABLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of charitable for English Language Learners
: done or designed to help people who are poor, sick, etc.
: showing kindness in talking about or judging other people : not very critical
CHARITABLE Defined for Kids
Legal Definition of charitable
: of or relating to charity charitable contributions
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