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460 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[tʃ_ˈa_ɹ_ɪ_t_ɪ], [t͡ʃˈaɹɪtɪ], [t‍ʃˈaɹɪtɪ]
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Synonyms for Charity:

benevolence (noun) generosity (noun) mildness (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Charity:

  • rearity,
  • chritopher,
  • scerity,
  • chirsty,
  • chrict,
  • varity,
  • thrity,
  • chairty,
  • chareictor,
  • chrild,
  • charitys,
  • charectur,
  • charied,
  • charichtor,
  • charotte,
  • charoit,
  • charoltte,
  • caharity,
  • charish,
  • chararter,
  • chastiy,
  • charile,
  • charetor,
  • charricter,
  • charitey,
  • charicter,
  • charator,
  • chareter,
  • chariety,
  • cerity,
  • charitor,
  • chorid,
  • garity,
  • chasity,
  • charit,
  • charie,
  • schrater,
  • chacrator,
  • charites,
  • charachtor,
  • chity,
  • carit,
  • cheriky,
  • charitie,
  • chaity,
  • chaty,
  • charaty,
  • charictor,
  • haritt,
  • cherity,
  • charater,
  • chairish,
  • shareit,
  • curity,
  • notiarity,
  • chritie,
  • chairets,
  • cariety,
  • chariter,
  • rarirty,
  • cahrity,
  • charature,
  • charectar,
  • chrcter,
  • charte,
  • chariture,
  • charatar,
  • carity,
  • machurity,
  • charekter,
  • charctor,
  • shraight,
  • shoprite,
  • characte,
  • chericter,
  • chrsity,
  • tshrit,
  • charout,
  • acharacter,
  • charitym,
  • chargeit,
  • charta,
  • charitcher,
  • riority,
  • varitiy,
  • charuty,
  • chricter,
  • quarity,
  • shachrit,
  • charitar,
  • charictar,
  • charitalbe,
  • chartity,
  • chrity,
  • chartiy,
  • chareture,
  • maurity,
  • charaity,
  • vairity,
  • chairot,
  • chriteria,
  • ariety,
  • charact,
  • charctar,
  • charect,
  • charry,
  • charty,
  • charitiy,
  • charatcter,
  • charrette,
  • charchter,
  • charhter,
  • charriot,
  • chrid,
  • viarity,
  • charrts,
  • charirty,
  • chairity,
  • chrarcter,
  • chractor,
  • charithy,
  • viraity,
  • charilie,
  • charilty,
  • chrits,
  • charoty,
  • charitied,
  • thirity,
  • cahriter,
  • charrish,
  • chariy,
  • chairail,
  • charerter,
  • chytrid,
  • shrit,
  • charrt,
  • heraitay,
  • matchurity,
  • characyter,
  • charolett,
  • charyty,
  • charactr,
  • charir,
  • charety,
  • chradonnay,
  • charriots,
  • acharity,
  • charatuer,
  • shiritaki,
  • chearish,
  • chairy,
  • charather,
  • charicktor,
  • charitale,
  • charrity,
  • charapter,
  • charcet,
  • chariktar,
  • chearicter,
  • cheritor,
  • churaid,
  • charioty,
  • cheriot,
  • cherriot,
  • chirety,
  • charolete,
  • chaety,
  • charorator,
  • chritan.

Rhymes for Charity:

  1. temerity, severity, verity, vulgarity, sincerity;
  2. parity, rarity, clarity;
  3. disparity, posterity, hilarity, austerity, dexterity, polarity, prosperity;
  4. regularity, insularity, popularity, familiarity, solidarity, similarity;
  5. peculiarity, unpopularity, unfamiliarity, irregularity;

Quotes for Charity:

  1. There is a real diversity of talent and background on the A list so as to better reflect our society in all walks. There are people who have been candidates before, Councillors, Doctors, business leaders, charity campaigners. Adam Rickitt.
  2. We have tried you citizens; we are trying you now, and you have a couple of dollars for the sorrowing mothers, brothers and sisters by way of a charity gift. Rose Schneiderman.
  3. The Constitution guarantees us our rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. That's all. It doesn't guarantee our rights to charity Jesse Ventura.

Idioms of Charity:

  1. charity begins at home;

Adjectives for Charity:

  • local canine,
  • bogus educational,
  • truly impersonal,
  • normal hollow,
  • charity real,
  • ostentatious aristocratic,
  • irregular public,
  • little profuse,
  • heroic and active,
  • gloriously courageous,
  • indiscriminate and thoughtless,
  • unwise and indiscriminate,
  • humanitarian or environmental,
  • radiant personal,
  • independent, nonprofit,
  • greater fraternal,
  • profuse and indiscriminate,
  • same indiscriminating,
  • selfish, devilish,
  • comprehensive and common-sense,
  • now fraternal,
  • liberal and active,
  • compulsory international,
  • precarious and insufficient,
  • large liberal,
  • voluntary private,
  • large and unselfish,
  • ignorant or indifferent,
  • single, miserable,
  • perfect and comprehensive,
  • thoroughly stupid,
  • swift, unreasoning,
  • large and tolerant,
  • also divine,
  • large, formal,
  • large celestial,
  • sweet, submissive,
  • wasteful and extravagant,
  • gentle, unselfish,
  • precious, beautiful,
  • various annual,
  • special annual,
  • doubtful and uncertain,
  • large and useful,
  • pure disinterested,
  • more fraternal,
  • own thoughtless,
  • bi-annual,
  • local british,
  • noble national,
  • perhaps excessive,
  • black-tie,
  • well deserving,
  • such overt,
  • tightfisted,
  • local human,
  • merely sentimental,
  • midweek,
  • local religious,
  • faithful, loving,
  • upmarket,
  • much modern,
  • little active,
  • nonprofit,
  • real and true,
  • more individual,
  • such cold,
  • indiscriminating,
  • highbrow,
  • such real,
  • such divine,
  • recipient,
  • paschal,
  • more ardent,
  • such false,
  • chancy,
  • adoptive,
  • high-profile,
  • diocesan,
  • anglian,
  • such exquisite,
  • in-house,
  • proficient,
  • more comprehensive,
  • unalloyed,
  • open-mouthed,
  • prayerful,
  • unacknowledged,
  • posh,
  • galvanized,
  • absent-minded,
  • such perfect,
  • long-established,
  • undeserved,
  • pseudo,
  • congested,
  • inviolable,
  • common-sense,
  • viscous,
  • tactful,
  • prestigious,
  • poverty-stricken,
  • old and well-regarded,
  • much heroical,
  • broad altruistic,
  • frigid and indolent,
  • new truer,
  • instead unbounded,
  • distant, habitual,
  • soft and nerveless,
  • broad and lax,
  • petty and economical,
  • new thy,
  • individual and casual,
  • half-hearted, fearful,
  • precarious and grudging,
  • sober but boundless,
  • mainly fraternal,
  • vague and spacious,
  • now perfect and imperfect,
  • especially fraternal,
  • divine and fraternal,
  • flaming and even fantastic,
  • manifest fraternal,
  • valiant and pitiful,
  • serene and meek,
  • sometimes reckless and harmful,
  • universal and habitual,
  • queer cynical,
  • genuine and large,
  • private and institutional,
  • indiscriminate private,
  • broad tolerant,
  • tramp and indiscriminate,
  • active and fecund,
  • white, innocuous,
  • worth and ever active,
  • easy, mock,
  • systematic or casual,
  • vigorous co-operative,
  • conscientious and evangelical,
  • fervent, conscientious and evangelical,
  • wise and anonymous,
  • mere, ordinary,
  • uncomplaining and modest,
  • mere compassionate,
  • benign and difficult,
  • self-denial, sweet,
  • magnificent, prospective,
  • eighth, more,
  • lavish or careless,
  • supposedly deserving,
  • immense and indiscriminate,
  • largely comprehensive,
  • once humble and submissive,
  • self-sacrificing, self-consuming,
  • jealous and scanty,
  • self-denial and secret,
  • eternal indefinable,
  • unreasonably scented,
  • meek, noiseless,
  • particularly well-managed,
  • official or polite,
  • supernatural fervent,
  • arduous, self-sacrificing,
  • currently trendy,
  • broad and affectionate,
  • old archiepiscopal,
  • ever considerate,
  • private or ecclesiastical,
  • personal and irrational,
  • useful and heroic,
  • large trusting,
  • similar antique,
  • active and unselfish,
  • useful and extensive,
  • mutual and perfect,
  • perpetual and pure,
  • beautiful and self-sacrificing,
  • ingenious and inexhaustible,
  • admirable, simple,
  • sublime and universal,
  • indefatigable and inexhaustible,
  • questionably desirable,
  • indomitable, dangerous,
  • last fitting,
  • imperial memorial,
  • perfectly secular,
  • fancy human,
  • sweet and joyful,
  • especially divine,
  • zeal and divine,
  • practised systematic,
  • public or religious,
  • large, mellow,
  • various bogus,
  • rich, profuse,
  • mere indiscriminate,
  • beautiful and most useful,
  • indulgent and easy,
  • unlimited private,
  • true and fervent,
  • worthy and necessary,
  • cold reluctant,
  • extensive and judicious,
  • private and voluntary,
  • certain deserving,
  • least, common,
  • state-administered,
  • practical, active,
  • thine excessive,
  • slow, wise,
  • spare great,
  • purely impulsive,
  • less salutary,
  • broad, loving,
  • enough past,
  • profound and infinite,
  • sometimes reckless,
  • wild irrational,
  • bright last,
  • sudden and impulsive,
  • wisest and truest,
  • lavish and indiscriminate,
  • deeper and sweeter,
  • fervent and sincere,
  • whole souled,
  • deep, universal,
  • wide and genial,
  • relatively perfect,
  • usual hospitable,
  • such apostolic,
  • rational,
  • warm generous,
  • same reluctant,
  • best and most thoughtful,
  • highest and broadest,
  • once humble,
  • little roundabout,
  • wide personal,
  • broad and gentle,
  • thy gorgeous,
  • greatest and truest,
  • exalted human,
  • therefore perfect,
  • generous and helpful,
  • now ordinary,
  • mere mad,
  • municipal and private,
  • true, spiritual,
  • simple and loving,
  • vague, elusive,
  • damn small,
  • pure and clean,
  • own universal,
  • mild and beautiful,
  • equally admirable,
  • noble public,
  • sincere and ardent,
  • now public,
  • true orthodox,
  • noble and pious,
  • wide, silent,
  • more mutual,
  • same scrupulous,
  • last active,
  • pure, unselfish,
  • small and private,
  • almost godlike,
  • ever true,
  • perfect and imperfect,
  • humble and submissive,
  • now perfect,
  • beautiful private,
  • real, human,
  • much bloody,
  • great and far-reaching,
  • great and popular,
  • large and broad,
  • much innocent,
  • pure and true,
  • once grand,
  • principal public,
  • much false,
  • little easy,
  • broad human,
  • meek and humble,
  • plain, every-day,
  • less true,
  • genuine religious,
  • such disinterested,
  • state-supported,
  • well-regarded,
  • sweet and innocent,
  • own exalted,
  • largest private,
  • equally striking,
  • same loving,
  • sweet new,
  • more humiliating,
  • mere sentimental,
  • ever active,
  • sweet human,
  • much private,
  • much individual,
  • intimate and personal,
  • little cheap,
  • now cold,
  • thy loving,
  • cheap and easy,
  • such mechanical,
  • large and liberal,
  • ancient heathen,
  • ill-understood,
  • much religious,
  • own passionate,
  • same warm,
  • such cheap,
  • much such,
  • souled,
  • great jewish,
  • large human,
  • palliative,
  • more cordial,
  • large and lofty,
  • own gentle,
  • useless old,
  • new musical,
  • almost ideal,
  • same generous,
  • more judicious,
  • such abundant,
  • back-door,
  • bitter, bitter,
  • much public,
  • last human,
  • more thy,
  • personal and private,
  • own divine,
  • same divine,
  • same noble,
  • such religious,
  • true human,
  • archiepiscopal,
  • full and perfect,
  • mere ordinary,
  • sweet, sweet,
  • many public,
  • small local,
  • great british,
  • same sweet,
  • purely local,
  • more excellent,
  • heroical,
  • ever-expanding,
  • mere mechanical,
  • sweet-faced,
  • more abundant,
  • such public,
  • other single,
  • unregistered,
  • sincerest,
  • noble old,
  • mawkish,
  • soft-hearted,
  • private and public,
  • fecund,
  • conventual,
  • little human,
  • uncomplaining,
  • groundless,
  • out-of-town,
  • effusive,
  • trendy,
  • year-old,
  • overweening,
  • little real,
  • punitive,
  • great and glorious,
  • nerveless,
  • uncritical,
  • own sweet,
  • such sweet,
  • more generous,
  • past and present,
  • canting,
  • pardonable,
  • roundabout,
  • great public,
  • well-regulated,
  • altruistic,
  • indigent,
  • inadvertent,
  • compulsive,
  • sanctimonious,
  • more efficient,
  • same general,
  • fine new,
  • ill-advised,
  • such strange,
  • incarnate,
  • swiftest,
  • unrestricted,
  • benignant,
  • almost universal,
  • incorruptible,
  • unremitting,
  • last-mentioned,
  • edifying,
  • institutional,
  • more difficult,
  • warm-hearted,
  • unalterable,
  • liveliest,
  • kindest,
  • old black,
  • half-hearted,
  • deal more,
  • tramp,
  • maudlin,
  • doctrinal,
  • sectional,
  • thankful,
  • sanctified,
  • lax,
  • sacerdotal,
  • unemployed,
  • politic,
  • harmful,
  • businesslike,
  • guileless,
  • commendable,
  • quaint old,
  • poor dear,
  • speechless,
  • unaffected,
  • inborn,
  • one-man,
  • bottomless,
  • pained,
  • deathless,
  • irreverent,
  • still further,
  • unerring,
  • superlative,
  • new-found,
  • just plain,
  • recurrent,
  • vaunted,
  • innocuous,
  • arduous,
  • memorial,
  • sweeter,
  • nonexistent,
  • life-long,
  • reverent,
  • indefinable,
  • salutary,
  • clearer,
  • softest,
  • noiseless,
  • hazardous,
  • bureaucratic,
  • pointless,
  • abiding,
  • transcendent,
  • satirical,
  • indomitable,
  • provisional,
  • environmental,
  • wiser,
  • tardy,
  • flawless,
  • thine own,
  • tireless,
  • every-day,
  • hypocritical,
  • unspoken,
  • trusting,
  • much greater,
  • governmental,
  • fruitless,
  • smug,
  • humiliating,
  • riotous,
  • compulsory,
  • resultant,
  • other great,
  • fuller,
  • pure economical,
  • private and judicious,
  • voluntary or legal,
  • well-managed and useful,
  • quite cold and dead,
  • systematic and public,
  • divine and fruitful,
  • bright, ribald,
  • pure humane,
  • liberal and systematic,
  • serene and constant,
  • careless and indiscriminate,
  • mostly sweet,
  • sure, much,
  • hard and miserable,
  • ancient and useful,
  • hospital or other,
  • purest and most disinterested,
  • simple genuine,
  • deep and generous,
  • individual and public,
  • great and faithful,
  • purely public,
  • greatest secret,
  • same radiant,
  • such magnanimous,
  • same unbounded,
  • true evangelical,
  • much so-called,
  • such indiscriminate,
  • wide and comprehensive,
  • weak and imperfect,
  • quite cold,
  • perfect natural,
  • much true,
  • such uncertain,
  • letter-writing,
  • best human,
  • just common,
  • live-in,
  • big-hearted,
  • penurious,
  • infant,
  • such obvious,
  • communicative,
  • denominational,
  • such noble,
  • bawdy,
  • well-intentioned,
  • incontestable,
  • existent,
  • worthwhile,
  • ribald,
  • more beautiful,
  • greatest possible,
  • operative,
  • uttermost,
  • simple-minded,
  • orphan,
  • such little,
  • timorous,
  • wasteful,
  • submissive,
  • specious,
  • funereal,
  • homeless,
  • alcoholic,
  • rarest,
  • mightiest,
  • disabled,
  • well-bred,
  • such great,
  • expansive,
  • feigned,
  • exuberant,
  • insufficient,
  • own private,
  • indefatigable,
  • fruitful,
  • suburban,
  • humane,
  • copious,
  • harmonious,
  • meager,
  • preposterous,
  • showy,
  • monumental,
  • own little,
  • tolerable,
  • loathsome,
  • turbulent,
  • trivial and impulsive,
  • active and most intelligent,
  • often grudging,
  • pious and truly generous,
  • private or general,
  • perhaps indiscriminate,
  • bankrupt human,
  • indifferent and easy,
  • poor earthbound,
  • true perfect,
  • zeal and ardent,
  • universal and unbounded,
  • noble and grand,
  • warm and true,
  • perfect and divine,
  • certain admirable,
  • french popular,
  • silent and thoughtful,
  • always pure,
  • almost arrogant,
  • truly generous,
  • unpolitical,
  • real public,
  • self-consuming,
  • royal,
  • true religious,
  • same large,
  • semi-public,
  • such intellectual,
  • self-denial,
  • snazzy,
  • prudential,
  • earthbound,
  • thy great,
  • other public,
  • more open,
  • dissenting,
  • unscientific,
  • ill-timed,
  • more real,
  • co-operative,
  • coldest,
  • more extensive,
  • powerless,
  • vicarious,
  • discerning,
  • seventy-two,
  • colder,
  • scrupulous,
  • truer,
  • gruff,
  • estimable,
  • indian,
  • effectual,
  • immeasurable,
  • bogus,
  • gentler,
  • forthcoming,
  • fraudulent,
  • degrading,
  • avowed,
  • scornful,
  • indolent,
  • far-reaching,
  • sensational,
  • far-away,
  • irrational,
  • cordial,
  • consummate,
  • civic,
  • mellow,
  • outdoor,
  • defective,
  • consistent,
  • amorous,
  • miscellaneous,
  • idiot,
  • secular,
  • pompous,
  • eloquent,
  • pagan,
  • collective,
  • mystical,
  • heathen,
  • anonymous,
  • good and fraternal,
  • active marital,
  • legal or voluntary,
  • pure, universal,
  • little unselfish,
  • humble, unobtrusive,
  • casual personal,
  • cold, mechanical,
  • nongovernmental,
  • good and excellent,
  • such fervent,
  • large and generous,
  • pure human,
  • same gentle,
  • thy gentle,
  • far nobler,
  • private little,
  • well-managed,
  • still less,
  • dispassionate,
  • contemporaneous,
  • unpretentious,
  • meritorious,
  • devotional,
  • sectarian,
  • laudable,
  • outgoing,
  • marital,
  • tolerant,
  • magnanimous,
  • superhuman,
  • episcopal,
  • invaluable,
  • palpable,
  • thoughtless,
  • administrative,
  • papal,
  • devout,
  • malignant,
  • scant,
  • unbroken,
  • uncommon,
  • impatient,
  • arrogant,
  • indifferent,
  • exciting,
  • wide but comparatively unknown,
  • sensitive pastoral,
  • blind, imprudent,
  • useful or extensive,
  • broad and universal,
  • other late-night,
  • little nameless,
  • comparatively unknown,
  • private or public,
  • such passionate,
  • simple human,
  • great and important,
  • more precious,
  • unorganized,
  • zeal,
  • more active,
  • great national,
  • more delicate,
  • late-night,
  • medicinal,
  • easy-going,
  • considerate,
  • imprudent,
  • sacrificial,
  • misguided,
  • benign,
  • ineffable,
  • economical,
  • impersonal,
  • courageous,
  • unspeakable,
  • conscientious,
  • sweetest,
  • desirable,
  • trivial,
  • especial,
  • nameless,
  • doubtful,
  • grateful,
  • medieval,
  • selfish,
  • signal,
  • reckless,
  • polite,
  • amiable,
  • constant mutual,
  • remorseful,
  • much-needed,
  • more perfect,
  • indulgent,
  • limitless,
  • godlike,
  • ineffectual,
  • nobler,
  • wholesale,
  • serene,
  • spontaneous,
  • interested,
  • mock,
  • fake,
  • celestial,
  • absurd,
  • thy perfect,
  • other former,
  • apostolical,
  • lenient,
  • precious little,
  • praiseworthy,
  • long-suffering,
  • intuitive,
  • scriptural,
  • compassionate,
  • militant,
  • buddhist,
  • commonest,
  • jovial,
  • educational,
  • ferocious,
  • substantial,
  • superb,
  • difficult,
  • almost supernatural,
  • oatmeal,
  • selfless,
  • diffuse,
  • proverbial,
  • paternal,
  • practised,
  • unlimited,
  • patriotic,
  • enthusiastic,
  • mechanical,
  • often reluctant,
  • true and perfect,
  • unpublished,
  • profuse,
  • unceasing,
  • conversational,
  • helpful,
  • hospital,
  • great and free,
  • profligate,
  • impulsive,
  • much more,
  • uncertain,
  • passionate,
  • jewish,
  • intelligent,
  • cheap and common,
  • wonderful new,
  • condescending,
  • posthumous,
  • exemplary,
  • wisest,
  • contemptuous,
  • questionable,
  • pastoral,
  • lawful,
  • benevolent,
  • thoughtful,
  • genial,
  • ingenious,
  • ample,
  • customary,
  • external,
  • perpetual,
  • fancy,
  • meek,
  • imperfect,
  • formal,
  • parochial,
  • lavish,
  • judicious,
  • verbal,
  • more humanitarian,
  • open-handed,
  • common human,
  • broader,
  • maternal,
  • systematic,
  • scanty,
  • positive,
  • blind,
  • extreme,
  • christ-like,
  • world-wide,
  • unwilling,
  • municipal,
  • international,
  • queer,
  • humanitarian,
  • gracious,
  • lofty,
  • easy,
  • sacred,
  • self-sacrificing,
  • impotent,
  • spurious,
  • fashionable,
  • remarkable,
  • moral,
  • female,
  • indiscreet and tyrannical,
  • indiscreet,
  • tyrannical,
  • singular,
  • worthy local,
  • widest,
  • comprehensive,
  • careless,
  • literary,
  • eternal,
  • little pure,
  • sincere,
  • reluctant,
  • wider,
  • intellectual,
  • mild,
  • exquisite,
  • magnificent,
  • same ready,
  • broadest,
  • promiscuous,
  • evangelical,
  • excessive,
  • legal,
  • extraordinary,
  • truest,
  • ecclesiastical,
  • noblest,
  • exalted,
  • supernatural,
  • heroic,
  • necessary,
  • royal,
  • immense,
  • unobtrusive,
  • unfailing,
  • sentimental,
  • humble,
  • constant,
  • popular,
  • possible,
  • apostolic,
  • theological,
  • public and private,
  • ostentatious,
  • angelic,
  • sheer,
  • highest,
  • utmost,
  • so-called,
  • occasional,
  • enlightened,
  • scientific,
  • social,
  • wonderful,
  • ready,
  • warm,
  • inexhaustible,
  • little more,
  • official,
  • purest,
  • equal,
  • national,
  • splendid,
  • sublime,
  • admirable,
  • wise,
  • natural,
  • precarious,
  • regular,
  • casual,
  • useful,
  • grudging,
  • unselfish,
  • habitual,
  • secret,
  • disinterested,
  • cheap,
  • public or private,
  • abundant,
  • annual,
  • voluntary,
  • personal,
  • liberal,
  • ordinary,
  • individual,
  • favorite,
  • pious,
  • infinite,
  • religious,
  • false,
  • genuine,
  • loving,
  • worthy,
  • extensive,
  • larger,
  • greatest,
  • general,
  • deserving,
  • broad,
  • wide,
  • gentle,
  • unbounded,
  • excellent,
  • generous,
  • practical,
  • fervent,
  • boundless,
  • active,
  • ardent,
  • mutual,
  • mere,
  • fraternal,
  • noble,
  • indiscriminate,
  • local,
  • cold,
  • universal,
  • human,
  • pure,
  • sweet,
  • divine,
  • common,
  • perfect,
  • true,
  • private,
  • public.
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