Examples of humanitarian in a Sentence
She has been recognized as a great humanitarian for her efforts to end world hunger.
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Suu Kyi's reputation as an international democracy advocate and humanitarian has been badly damaged for failing to speak out on behalf of the Rohingya.
The jack of all trades is also a singer-songwriter and humanitarian.
Marina Sturdza, who fled Romania as a 3-year-old princess and returned after its repressive Communist government was routed to become one of her country’s leading humanitarians, died on Sunday at her home in Manhattan.
Shortly after, Jolie reformed her wild-child ways, adopted Maddox there in 2002, gained citizenship in 2005 and began her work as a United Nations humanitarian.
The military, humanitarians, drone companies, media, and other actors should start a dialogue about how to best share airspace in conflict and disaster situations.
Gordie Howe the gentleman, the humanitarian, the hero, the friend to all … that was (because of) my grandmother.
But without a doubt, Elton’s greatest contribution as a humanitarian is his 25-year commitment to building one of the most important institutions in the effort to end AIDS – the Elton John AIDS Foundation.
Stuart was a consummate businessman, but also a humanitarian who was well loved for his humanitarian and charitable endeavors as well as for his fine sense of humor.
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Definition of humanitarian for English Language Learners
: a person who works to make other people's lives better
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