Charity and Malice


Charity noun - Kind, gentle, or compassionate treatment especially towards someone who is undeserving of it.
Usage example: can't you show a little charity to a guy who's the first to admit he's not perfect?

Malice is an antonym for charity in kindness topic.

Nearby Words: charitable, charily, Charita


Malice noun - The desire to cause pain for the satisfaction of doing harm.
Usage example: there was no reason other than pure malice to spread such disgusting lies all over campus

Charity is an antonym for malice.

Nearby Word: malicious

How words are described

particular particular charity particular malice
utter utter charity utter malice
original original charity original malice
true true charity true malice
Other adjectives: genuine, actual, real, large, inefficient, evil, little, spontaneous, personal, casual, greater, random, occasional.

Both words in one sentence

  • Useful Notes / Abraham Lincoln With malice toward none, with charity for all, (let us) bind up the nation's wounds...
  • Video Game / EVE Online Even Evil Has Standards: Normally, scamming, grieving and general malice are positively encouraged, but it's completely forbidden to scam or grief CCP's charity fundraiser events.
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Malice or Charity. 2016. Accessed June 25, 2022.
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