(1) Christian religious groups maintained hundreds of charitable hospitals for victims of leprosy.(2) A gentleman was expected to be hospitable, charitable , fair-minded.(3) At times this approached a rankling self-righteousness, but generally his contemporaries saw him as reserved, gentle, and charitable .(4) This is why the Torah requires us to be charitable and hospitable to a slave.(5) A charitable and compassionate man his passing was occasioned by much sadness among his many friends.(6) A friendly and charitable man Bill was very popular throughout the area and highly respected.(7) Wife of the late Tom Flynn, well known horse breeder, Mrs Flynn was a gentle, kind, charitable lady who was greatly liked and respected throughout the area.(8) The charity drive helped 1,300 children from disadvantaged homes receive assistance at various charitable organizations.(9) He is one of the most genuinely charitable people I know, giving of both his time and his money.(10) Making no noise about their charitable and humanitarian inclinations, the young comrades of Lady Irwin have been working ever since for what they genuinely feel for.(11) Accountants at Baker Tilly have welcomed government plans to revise the definition of charity, which, they say, will go some way to clarify the boundaries of charitable activity.(12) Anyway, I'll take the charitable approach and assume you didn't mean to say something that sounds incredibly arrogant.(13) In handling the disputes of which daily life in Massachusetts was full, he was unfailingly humble, flexible, lenient, charitable , and fair.(14) The Durranis belong to a tribe that straddles Pakistan and Afghanistan and is widely reputed to be fair-minded, charitable and moderate.(15) But it's the best way to highlight the charitable deeds and thank warm-hearted foreign friends.(16) So have we so lost our ability to feel compassion or be charitable in the face of sporting failure, that losing has become unacceptable?