Charity and Grant

Charity

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Charity noun – The giving of necessities and especially money to the needy.
Usage example: after amassing a fortune in the computer industry, the brothers devoted themselves to charity

Grant and charity are semantically related In some cases you can use "Grant" instead a noun "Charity".
Nearby Words: charitable, charily, Charita
Synonyms for Charity

Grant

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Grant noun – A sum of money allotted for a specific use by official or formal action.
Charity and grant are semantically related in allowance topic. Sometimes you can use "Charity" instead a noun "Grant".
Nearby Words: granted, granting, grantee, grantor
Synonyms for Grant

How words are described

good good charity good grant
corrupt corrupt charity corrupt grant
real real charity real grant
last last charity last grant
Other adjectives: efficient.

Both words in one sentence

  • He only seemed to surface for the odd premiere or charity fundraiser, and didn't grant interviews.
  • Film / She Done Him Wrong At the same time Lou is attracted to Captain Cummings (Grant), who works at the charity mission next door to the saloon.She Done Him Wrong was West's second film and Star-Making Role.
  • Earn Your Happy Ending: Alex gave Aaron an envelope containing the legal papers that grant him as president and chief executive officer of a charity that had been funded at fifty million dollars from the money stolen from Norman Osborn, and whose purpose is to help the homeless (including mutants).
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Grant and Charity. (2016). Retrieved 2021, July 26, from https://thesaurus.plus/related/charity/grant
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