Benevolent in a Sentence


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Benevolent - Definition


willing to help, do good, and be generous towards people

Use Benevolent in a sentence



Holding the door open for Marie was very benevolent of you.


She was a benevolent woman, volunteering all of her free time to charitable organizations.


How benevolent of you to help families in need of Christmas!


Instead of being so selfish, why don't you be a benevolent giver?


Raising money for worthy causes, Paul is a benevolent person.



Feeding the homeless is a benevolent deed.


If you want to save lives without spending a dime, do the benevolent thing and donate blood.


Offering to help me move into my new apartment is a benevolent gesture.


With my income going down, I can no longer be a benevolent contributor to your fine organization.


John was very benevolent and would lend a helping hand at anytime for his community outreach program.


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Benevolent synonyms


charitable, kind, generous, philanthropic, gracious, kind-hearted, helpful




Benevolent antonyms


selfish, greedy, unkind, heartless