So Bozen philanthropically staked a new claim near the stranger, apart from the main party.
I pledge you, my friend; our last glass shall be philanthropically quaffed,—'All fools, and may their money soon be parted!'
Furthermore, abuses in administration had developed which caused the kings to be philanthropically desirous of a remedy.
They are in evil case, and you are philanthropically anxious to assist them.
The conversation had been purely a needy friend and a philanthropically inclined woman.
He was a delightful specimen of an uncle, too, for he would spend his money philonepotically as well as philanthropically.
If an opportunity be given them to influence society they will no doubt exercise it philanthropically.
1789, from French philanthropique (18c.), from Greek philanthropikos (adj.), from philanthropia "humanity, benevolence, kindliness" (see philanthropy). Related: Philanthropical; philanthropically (1787).