beneficent

Beneficent vs Beneficence - What's the difference?

beneficent | beneficence |


As an adjective beneficent

is given to acts that are kind, charitable, philanthropic or beneficial.

As a noun beneficence is

an act of philanthropy, a kind deed; an act which benefits someone (else).

Beneficent vs Compassionate - What's the difference?

beneficent | compassionate |


As adjectives the difference between beneficent and compassionate

is that beneficent is given to acts that are kind, charitable, philanthropic or beneficial while compassionate is having, feeling or showing compassion; sympathetic.

As a verb compassionate is

(archaic) to feel compassion for; to pity, feel sorry for.

Beneficent vs Lenient - What's the difference?

beneficent | lenient | Related terms |

Beneficent is a related term of lenient.


As adjectives the difference between beneficent and lenient

is that beneficent is given to acts that are kind, charitable, philanthropic or beneficial while lenient is lax; tolerant of deviation; permissive; not strict.

As a noun lenient is

(medicine) a lenitive; an emollient.

Beneficent vs Obliging - What's the difference?

beneficent | obliging | Related terms |

Beneficent is a related term of obliging.


As adjectives the difference between beneficent and obliging

is that beneficent is given to acts that are kind, charitable, philanthropic or beneficial while obliging is happy and ready to do favours for others.

As a verb obliging is

.

Favorable vs Beneficent - What's the difference?

favorable | beneficent | Related terms |

Favorable is a related term of beneficent.


As adjectives the difference between favorable and beneficent

is that favorable is pleasing, encouraging or approving while beneficent is given to acts that are kind, charitable, philanthropic or beneficial.

Beneficent vs Charity - What's the difference?

beneficent | charity |


As an adjective beneficent

is given to acts that are kind, charitable, philanthropic or beneficial.

As a proper noun charity is

.

Beneficent vs Bounty - What's the difference?

beneficent | bounty |


As an adjective beneficent

is given to acts that are kind, charitable, philanthropic or beneficial.

As a noun bounty is

generosity.

Merciful vs Beneficent - What's the difference?

merciful | beneficent |


As adjectives the difference between merciful and beneficent

is that merciful is showing mercy while beneficent is given to acts that are kind, charitable, philanthropic or beneficial.

Beneficent vs Inimical - What's the difference?

beneficent | inimical |


As adjectives the difference between beneficent and inimical

is that beneficent is given to acts that are kind, charitable, philanthropic or beneficial while inimical is harmful in effect.

Openhanded vs Beneficent - What's the difference?

openhanded | beneficent | Related terms |

Openhanded is a related term of beneficent.


As adjectives the difference between openhanded and beneficent

is that openhanded is (of a punch etc) done with an open hand rather than a fist while beneficent is given to acts that are kind, charitable, philanthropic or beneficial.

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