[ UK /tʃˈæɹɪti/ ]
[ US /ˈtʃɛɹɪti/ ]
[ US /ˈtʃɛɹɪti/ ]
- pinnate-leaved European perennial having bright blue or white flowers
- an activity or gift that benefits the public at large
- a kindly and lenient attitude toward people
- an institution set up to provide help to the needy
- a foundation created to promote the public good (not for assistance to any particular individuals)
How To Use charity In A Sentence
- Most often, this implies a life on city streets begging, panhandling, petty theft, and using charity and soup kitchens close to the drug source.
- The arrival of the charity van set off a minor riot as villagers scrambled for a share of the aid.
- Benedict, put simply, is living out what he spoke of in Deus Caritas Est, which is true charity: Can we simply exclude them, as representatives of a radical fringe, from our pursuit of reconciliation and unity? Ecumenism
- Dot and I took some manchets about the manor to sell for charity, although she did all the talking.
- Vanessa raised hundreds of pounds for the charity by playing requests in exchange for donations to the appeal.
- Cash will be the vital ingredient as celebrity chefs cook up a special fundraising treat for charity.
- The Church and the laity were increasingly active in charity work.
- The Year 9 mentors are trained by children's charity Childline and run lunchtime support clubs as well as a drop-in centre where younger students can call in for advice or help.
- There she goes again with that faith, hope, charity, and creativity twaddle.
- Whether you ride a moped or a Honda, a scooter or a vintage Hog, the organisers of the annual North Coast Children's Motorcycle Toy Run want you to join the ranks raising money for charity this weekend.