charitableness


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generosity as manifested by practicing charity (as for the poor or unfortunate)

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Men also found charitableness to be an attractive quality, with 68% of men saying it was important.
Six additional terms were included as control terms (e.g., charitableness).
More than that, they embodied an integrity, a charitableness and an independent spirit that long will be admired and remembered.
If this new report on the Catholic Campaign for Human Development shows anything, it is that an integral part of Catholic identity is concern for the poor--not just for individual charitableness, but for an integral approach to achieving justice for all.
The two dissenting justices agreed all of the evidence of "charitableness" related to PCMC, but the owner of the property was the parent company, Provena Hospitals, according to Colombo.
it might enable our enemies to question the charitableness of our motives' (quoted in Cockett, 1995, 131).
Such values as kindness, friendship, loyalty, charitableness and courage will often be mentioned.
As the century progressed, ideas regarding the feminine nature of sensibility and sentimentality, and the sensitive nature of charity, increasingly assigned women an innate "charitableness." Jean Jacques Rousseau, in Book V of his 1762 Emile ou l'education, describes Sophie as just such a woman:
Because while Coope accepts Peter Geach's claim that such charitableness can only make sense in a theological perspective, Osborne adopts 'the perspective of heaven' as her yardstick and can thus claim objectivity for her recommendations, with or without God.
The exegete Ibn Kathir further remarked that, according to Qur'an 41:34, it is precisely the act of charitableness and kindness (al-ihsan) evident in repelling evil with good (that is, by forsaking retaliation for some injury) that causes "your adversary to seek reconciliation with you, to develop affection and sympathy for you," so much so that he or she now becomes transformed into "your intimate friend or your relative on account of [his or her] compassion for and charity toward you." (32)
It is this false charitableness that makes him an alien in his own community.
Each day I see the charitableness of the people of New Hampshire, not only in terms Of money, but more importantly, in giving of themselves.
She claims that some "strange charitableness," some "perverse" and "devilish generosity," impels her to share her body with others rather than keep its treasures to herself, driving her to "teach" men what she knows (89, 95), and while she "delights" in her escapades as they occur, afterwards she is left with a "deplorable" feeling of guilt (160).
Also found in those chapters is an emphasis on witness, patience, fidelity, truthfulness, love for enemies, charitableness, prayerfulness, simplicity, and trust in God's goodness.
Last night, a spokeswoman for the Miss Commonwealth organising committee said: "Extending the reign of queens who influence community charitableness is the least we can do.