philanthropical love



from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • adj. Of or pertaining to philanthropy; characterized by philanthropy; loving or helping mankind; as, a philanthropic enterprise.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Same as philanthropic.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • Louis-Napoleon; he took seriously the socialist writings of the prisoner of Ham, and his "philanthropical" and "republican" programmes: on the 10th of December there were many such honest dupes; they are now the most indignant.

    Napoleon the Little

  • It had coasted along for nearly thirty years as an upmarket, vaguely philanthropical, increasingly ailing travel monthly, kept afloat recently by advertisements for Oriental holidays and luxury cruises.


  • But how can a woman who opens up a school for girls in Africa, tries her luck at a vegan diet, and even launched a (failed) philanthropical reality TV show, flaunt the benefits of owning a private jet?

    Ariston Anderson: Oprah "Community Organizes" for Capitalism

  • In addition, he has many commitments to philanthropical and other organizations, many of which are overseas.

    Obama Memo: "No Support For Claim That Clinton Has Passed `Commander-In-Chief Test'"

  • Bruce Wayne could do more to help Gotham if he stopped wasting time in the Batman suit and focused on deploying his business and philanthropical assets more effectively.

    Matthew Yglesias » Getting To “Yes”

  • What makes this particularly sickening is the amount of money Juilliard needs to continue the program as it has been for some 20 years: $400,000, which is chump change in the philanthropical world.

    For Want of a Nail

  • I'll tell you what bothers me is someday there's gonna be some legitimate Burkina Faso-an entrepreneur who's simply in need of a small cash infusion to start-up a philanthropical venture, but jerks like Mr. Kajome are going to cause him to not be taken seriously.

    The Irrelevancy of Time: Bicycle Products Don't Spoil

  • American Jews are well-known for our proclivities for philanthropical activities.

    Matthew Yglesias » Monday Bagel Blogging

  • The revamp as I understand it, sponsored by a private philanthropical organization is a great success, the place looks great.

    More Photos from The Domes

  • There is no reason for me to think I should have free access to anything in life that other people are paying for - save great philanthropical projects like the Guggenheims in NYC and Barcelona.

    The London Bubble


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