Synonyms and Antonyms : Charity



Charity



( Noun )


Charity begins at home.

Synonyms:

Kindness

Benignity

Generosity

Philanthropy

Benevolence

Beneficence

Alms

Giving

Liberty

Contextual Examples:



The
kindness and generosity of the hermit kindled new light in the heart of the culprit.

The institutions engaged in
philanthropic activities have been exempted from the new taxes.

Religious – minded people consider
alms – giving a sacred act.

Indian constitution gives the citizen
liberty to pray in any manner one likes.

You can observe his
benevolence when a poor man approaches him for help.

St. John’s attitude as a good teacher is one of
beneficence to the students.

Malignancy and benignity can be tested through response of a person in marginal cases of abnormal growth.



Antonyms:

Meanness

Liberality

Greediness

Selfishness

Contextual Examples:



To criticize the activities of a dead person is nothing but
meanness.

The lukewarm response of the U.S. President to Soviet gestures on disarmament is characteristic of his
illiberality.

Most of the calamity in the world is caused by inherent greediness of the
selfish people.




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