charily


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char·y

 (châr′ē)
adj. char·i·er, char·i·est
1. Very cautious; wary: was chary of the risks involved.
2. Not giving or expending freely; sparing: was chary of compliments.

[Middle English chari, careful, sorrowful, from Old English cearig, sorrowful, from cearu, sorrow; see care.]

char′i·ly adv.
char′i·ness n.

charily

(ˈtʃɛərɪlɪ)
adv
1. cautiously; carefully
2. sparingly
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.charily - with great caution; warily
Translations

charily

[ˈtʃɛərɪlɪ] ADV (= warily) → cautelosamente; (= sparingly) → parcamente, con parquedad

charily

advvorsichtig
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Now they stretched themselves out on their elbows and began to puff, charily, and with slender confi- dence.
Where the hallmark of charily is its uncommon generosity, the ring of real prophecy lies in its uncommon courage.
Water Rights and Human Rights: The Poor Will Not Need Our Charily if We
Brandl was instrumental in creating the Housewares Charity Foundation, which he calls "our industry at its best." Founded in 1998, the HCF has raised more than $50 million and has been credited with donating more than $28 million to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, the HCF's legacy charily, with the balance going to other charities.
"A Signaling Explanation for Charily." American Economic Review 86, no.
The charily is also organising a number cultural programmes, events and supporting voluntary initiatives, in partnership with others, which include Baraha, Humanitarian Action Event, Youth Initiatives Competition, Al-Siddiqiyoon, You're not alone and Moaayashah (Coexistence).
The spring-time holds her white and purple dear; October, lavish, flaunts them far and near; The summer charily her reds doth lay Like jewels on her costliest array; October, scornful, burns them on a bier.
The news in philanthropy over the last few months has been about Marie Zuckerberg and his $45 billion gift (or was it?) of 99 percent of his Facebook stock U> charily. What b the hubbub about?
The main characteristics of the EDTEE are explained immediately (sports inequality, legal chicanery, profit-seeking charily and social welfare) that originates the entitled thought, is it possible another sport?
Works of other artists like Benjie Reyes Silya ni Fely and Cocoon Chair by Ann Pamintuan are here, displayed with his own charily works of art like the Ghost Chair, which is made out of tempered glass, and the Orlina Romantic Chair, which explores the ideas of position and space in relationships.
What a treat to see my favorite charily on my favorite television show working together to honor veterans.
In her 1985 original Narratology Mieke Bal charily defined description as "a textual fragment in which features are attributed to objects" (Bal 130), acknowledging that these marginally important passages are "practically and logically necessary" (129) and linking them to motivation (130-34).