benevolent

Benevolent vs Benignity - What's the difference?

benevolent | benignity |


As an adjective benevolent

is having a disposition to do good.

As a noun benignity is

(uncountable) the state of being benign.

Heinous vs Benevolent - What's the difference?

heinous | benevolent |


As adjectives the difference between heinous and benevolent

is that heinous is totally reprehensible while benevolent is having a disposition to do good.

Benevolent vs Donate - What's the difference?

benevolent | donate |


As an adjective benevolent

is having a disposition to do good.

As a verb donate is

to make a donation; to give away something of value to support or contribute towards a cause or for the benefit of another.

Benevolent vs Bland - What's the difference?

benevolent | bland | Related terms |

Benevolent is a related term of bland.


As an adjective benevolent

is having a disposition to do good.

As a proper noun bland is

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Philanthropy vs Benevolent - What's the difference?

philanthropy | benevolent |


As a noun philanthropy

is (uncountable) benevolent altruism with the intention of increasing the well-being of mankind.

As an adjective benevolent is

having a disposition to do good.

Philanthropism vs Benevolent - What's the difference?

philanthropism | benevolent |


As a noun philanthropism

is philanthropy.

As an adjective benevolent is

having a disposition to do good.

Giving vs Benevolent - What's the difference?

giving | benevolent | Related terms |

Giving is a related term of benevolent.


As adjectives the difference between giving and benevolent

is that giving is having the tendency to give; generous while benevolent is having a disposition to do good.

As a verb giving

is .

As a noun giving

is the act of bestowing as a gift; a conferring or imparting.

Benevolent vs Benevolent - What's the difference?

benevolent | benevolent | Synonyms |

Benevolent is a synonym of benevolent.


As adjectives the difference between benevolent and benevolent

is that benevolent is having a disposition to do good while benevolent is having a disposition to do good.

Civil vs Benevolent - What's the difference?

civil | benevolent | Related terms |

Civil is a related term of benevolent.


As adjectives the difference between civil and benevolent

is that civil is (uncomparable) having to do with people and government office as opposed to the military or religion while benevolent is having a disposition to do good.

Sly vs Benevolent - What's the difference?

sly | benevolent |


As adjectives the difference between sly and benevolent

is that sly is artfully cunning; secretly mischievous; wily while benevolent is having a disposition to do good.

As an adverb sly

is slyly.

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