The company, through its charitable foundation, pledged $5 million to the memorial.
In order to be consistent with that statement, the Romneys limited their deduction of charitable contributions.
By the way, killjoys, American charitable giving goes up by 42 percent during this season of crass materialistic greed and excess.
By 72-25, they oppose eliminating the charitable contribution deduction.
He is hardly alone in using a locution that should nevertheless be retired, a charitable critic might have explained.
These charitable laymen went over to Wethalie for the purpose of trade.
I am charitable enough to hope that this gratified her more than it vexed me, which was not at all.
He wrote to his family, and sent for Sister Sainte-Genevieve, who looked after him with charitable care.
She was interested in all church duties 252 and in all charitable enterprises.
He was charitable; but chose to conceal the hand that ministered relief.
c.1200, in reference to the Christian virtue, from Old French charitable, from charité (see charity). Meaning "liberal in treatment of the poor" is from c.1400; that of "inclined to impute favorable motives to others" is from 1620s. Related: Charitableness; charitably.