benevolence

  1. disposition to do good
  2. an inclination to do kind or charitable acts
  3. an act intending or showing kindness and good will

benevolence

wish or activity in doing good 
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benevolence

[n] - disposition to do good 2. [n] - an inclination to do kind or charitable acts 3. [n] - an act intending or showing kindness and good will
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Benevolence

Be·nev'o·lence noun [ Old French benevolence , Latin benevolentia . See Benevolent .] 1. The disposition to do good; good will; charitableness; love of mankind, accompanied with a desire to promote their happiness. « The wakeful benevolence of the gospel.
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benevolence

1. The disposition to do good; good will; charitableness; love of mankind, accompanied with a desire to promote their happiness. 'The wakeful benevolence of the gospel.' (Chalmers) ... 2. An act of kindness; good done; charity given. ... 3. A species of compulsory contribution or tax, which has sometimes been illegally exacted by arbitrary kings of...
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benevolence

benefaction noun an act intending or showing kindness and good will
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benevolence

noun an inclination to do kind or charitable acts
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benevolence

noun disposition to do good
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Benevolence

• (n.) A species of compulsory contribution or tax, which has sometimes been illegally exacted by arbitrary kings of England, and falsely represented as a gratuity. • (n.) An act of kindness; good done; charity given. • (n.) The disposition to do good; good will; charitableness; love of mankind, accompanied with a desire to promote t...
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benevolence

in English history, any sum of money, disguised as a gift, extorted by various English kings, from Edward IV to James I, from their subjects without ... [2 related articles]
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benevolence

benevolence 1. Disposition to do good, desire to promote the happiness of others, kindness, generosity, charitable feeling (as a general state or disposition towards mankind at large). 2. An expression of goodwill, an act of kindness; a gift or grant of money; a contribution for the support of the poor.
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Benevolence

Benevolence means good will or disposition to do good. `Benevolence` may also refer to: ...
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Benevolence

The doing a kind action to another, from mere good will, without any legal obligation. It is a moral duty only, and it cannot be enforced by law. A good man is benevolent to the poor, but no law can compel him to be so.
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Benevolence

[phrenology] Benevolence is a faculty in the discredited theory of Phrenology. Interaction with other faculties: ...
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