To put it charitably, this is the jurisprudence of the simpleton.
His relationship with Romney, a fellow Mormon and longtime acquaintance, can be charitably described as frosty.
Unfortunately, you are not always so charitably inclined towards me.
They might have been of pity, but were not so charitably interpreted.
But the poor man, through his sufferings, had much merit, and charitably and willingly shared his abundant fruit with them.
"It's a very natural one, I am afraid," said Mr. Everett charitably.
It is not necessary for the charitably inclined to wait until the message comes in order to perform an act of charity.
The farmer believed the falsehood, and charitably gave them a good dinner.
I think so because I am the only sect that knows how to employ it gently, kindly, charitably, dispassionately.
Not that we should judge proud spirits otherwise than charitably.
c.1200, in reference to the Christian virtue, from Old French charitable, from charité (see charity). Meaning "liberal in treatment of the poor" is from c.1400; that of "inclined to impute favorable motives to others" is from 1620s. Related: Charitableness; charitably.