In a charitable manner.
Is charity a noun verb or adjective?
noun, plural char·i·ties. generous actions or donations to aid the poor, ill, or needy: to devote one’s life to charity.
Is charity an adjective?
Pertaining to charity. Kind, generous. Having a purpose or character of a charity.
What is the adverb form of charitable?
adverb. /ˈtʃærətəbli/ /ˈtʃærətəbli/ kindly, especially when you are judging other people.
What is the verb form of charity?
verb + charity. donate (money) to. give (money) to. support.
Is charity common noun?
Christian love; representing God’s love of man, man’s love of God, or man’s love of his fellow-men. In general, an attitude of kindness and understanding towards others, now especially suggesting generosity.
What kind of noun is charity?
- countable] an organization for helping people in need Many charities sent money to help the victims of the famine. …
- uncountable] the aim of giving money, food, help, etc.
Is charity an abstract noun?
Examples of abstract nouns include liberty, anger, freedom, love, generosity, charity, and democracy. Notice that these nouns express ideas, concepts, or qualities that cannot be seen or experienced.
What’s the adjective for charity?
generous in donations or gifts to relieve the needs of indigent, ill, or helpless persons, or of animals: a charitable man giving much money to feed the poor.
What is the adverb form of compassion?
adverb. /kəmˈpæʃənətli/ /kəmˈpæʃənətli/ in a way that shows sympathy for people or animals who are suffering.