eleemosynary definition

  • adjective:
    • Of, regarding, or influenced by charity.
    • Contributed as an act of charity; gratuitous. See Synonyms at benevolent.
    • associated with charity, alms, or almsgiving.
    • offered in charity or alms; getting the nature of alms; as, eleemosynary help.
    • Supported by charity; as, eleemosynary bad.
    • associated with charity, alms, or almsgiving; designed for the distribution of charity.
    • offered in charity or alms; getting the nature of alms.
    • Supported by charity.
    • ample in assist with the indegent
    • Of, associated with, or determined by charity.
    • Contributed as an act of charity; gratuitous. See Synonyms at benevolent.
    • associated with charity, alms, or almsgiving.
    • provided in charity or alms; having the nature of alms; as, eleemosynary support.
    • Supported by charity; as, eleemosynary bad.
    • Of, associated with, or influenced by charity.
    • concerning charity, alms, or almsgiving; meant for the distribution of charity.
    • provided in charity or alms; obtaining the nature of alms.
    • Supported by charity.
    • nice in help the indegent
    • Contributed as an act of charity; gratuitous. See Synonyms at benevolent.
    • concerning charity, alms, or almsgiving.
    • offered in charity or alms; getting the nature of alms; since, eleemosynary assistance.
    • sustained by charity; as, eleemosynary bad.
    • concerning charity, alms, or almsgiving; designed for the circulation of charity.
    • Given in charity or alms; obtaining the nature of alms.
    • sustained by charity.
    • generous in assist with the poor
  • noun:
    • A beggar
    • person who subsists on charity; a dependent.
    • one that subsists on charity; person who life by obtaining alms.
    • A beggar
    • person who subsists on charity; a dependent.
    • one that subsists on charity; a person who life by obtaining alms.
    • A beggar
    • one that subsists on charity; a dependent.
    • One who subsists on charity; one that lives by receiving alms.
  • others:
    • Of or with respect to alms; derived from or provided by charity; altruistic: since, an eleemosynary fund; an eleemosynary medical center.
    • associated with altruistic contributions; designed for the distribution of alms, or even for the use and handling of contributions and bequests, whether the subsistence of poor or for the conferring of any gratuitous benefit.
    • based mostly on charity; obtaining charitable aid or support: as, the eleemosynary poor.
    • Of or related to alms; produced from or supplied by charity; non-profit: because, an eleemosynary fund; an eleemosynary hospital.
    • Relating to charitable donations; meant for the circulation of alms, and for the use and handling of donations and bequests, whether for the subsistence for the poor and for the conferring of every gratuitous benefit.
    • Dependent upon charity; getting charitable help or assistance: because, the eleemosynary bad.
    • Of or pertaining to alms; based on or given by charity; non-profit: because, an eleemosynary investment; an eleemosynary medical center.
    • concerning charitable contributions; meant for the circulation of alms, or even for the employment and handling of contributions and bequests, whether the subsistence associated with bad or even for the conferring of every gratuitous benefit.
    • influenced by charity; obtaining altruistic help or help: because, the eleemosynary bad.

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