philanthropical


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phil·an·throp·ic

 (fĭl′ən-thrŏp′ĭk) also phil·an·throp·i·cal (-ĭ-kəl)
adj.
Of, relating to, or marked by philanthropy or charitable assistance. See Synonyms at benevolent.

phil′an·throp′i·cal·ly adv.
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philanthropical

adjective
Of or concerned with charity:
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I was writing a series of articles upon prison life, and had my nib into the whole System; a literary and philanthropical daily was parading my "charges," the graver ones with the more gusto; and the terms, if unhandsome for creative work, were temporary wealth to me.
Public charities in the strict sense of the term, that is, philanthropical organizations, only emerged in modern times with the coming of missionaries and foreign capital to China.
H4 There is a positive relationship between philanthropical responsibility and brand image.
And, in The Givers NBA MVP, LeBron James of the Miami Heat, discusses his philanthropical foundation and his Wheels for Education initiative.
The construction of this subject rested importantly on working-class women in at least two ways: first, the portrayals and constructions of working-class womanhood found in these movements' rhetoric provided foils against which middle-class female citizenship was defined; second, philanthropical activities aimed at "bettering" working-class women provided a sphere of public activity through which members of these movements made claims to citizenship.
THIS is with reference to Angelic's letter raising the pertinent question about whether the employment of a housemaid is servitude or a philanthropical act, (GDN May 10).
The Province is partnered with the Heirs, who share a philanthropical and financial objective with respect to protecting and promoting a licensed Anne image.
Kalbach admits to "getting more philanthropical in my old age" with donations to the Humane Society, sponsoring the first ever all Sherpa team to Mt.
Addressing Jackson's off-stage image problems, fueled by child-molestation allegations, Caswell said: "He was a kind, giving, philanthropical, gifted artist.
He always acknowledged the long-term private philanthropical support he had received from a local Newcastle business man, Ken Bell, when establishment science continually and shamefully shunned him as a maverick and outsider.