So that it was not entirely with a philanthropical intention that she stopped Mr Beverley and put an end to his dangerous details.
I didn't expect any philanthropical business, and I don't give it.
It cut short his philanthropical labours, but it drew him back into that current of active work for which he was already pining.
I didnt expect any philanthropical business, and I dont give it.
At first, as a matter of fact, the thing was quite a philanthropical concern.
In doing so we intend, and wish, and strive to be philanthropical.
I doubt not in the range of your philanthropical experience you have met with many a cold shoulder.
The growth of these philanthropical depots for the consolation of exiled Britons is often miraculously mushroom-like.
I live thus because I like it, and not from any philosophical or philanthropical standpoint.
He even loves to rally the New Englander on his philanthropical activity, and to find his beneficence and its institutions a bore!
1789, from French philanthropique (18c.), from Greek philanthropikos (adj.), from philanthropia "humanity, benevolence, kindliness" (see philanthropy). Related: Philanthropical; philanthropically (1787).