Examples of humanitarian in a Sentence
She has been recognized as a great humanitarian for her efforts to end world hunger.
Recent Examples of humanitarian from the Web
Aquarians, the water-bearers, are often humanitarians and genuinely interested in saving the world.
Diana, a tireless humanitarian during her 17 years as the Princess of Wales, was patron of Britain’s National AIDS Trust until her death in a car accident in Paris in 1997.
Heck, Wentz probably did vote for Trump, since nearly everybody did in his home state of North Dakota, but there’s nothing stereotypical about a young man who’s fast becoming an MVP-caliber humanitarian.
The activist and humanitarian made her return to acting earlier this month when production began on Maleficent 2 with her kids joining her on the London set.
The $1,000 Mint Julep program has raised more than $410,000 in charitable donations to equine and humanitarian related causes since its inception, according to Master Distiller Chris Morris.
In his bittersweet memoir, Baxter emerges as a deeply empathetic humanitarian who listens carefully to the stories of others.
Which is why seeing how Markle blossomed on the world stage to become an advocate for women, speaking out about her biracial background, and becoming a humanitarian for so many, is no surprise.
In this case, there wasn’t anyone more revered than Joe Paterno—the winningest coach in the history of football, the educator, the humanitarian.
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HUMANITARIAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of humanitarian for English Language Learners
: a person who works to make other people's lives better
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