Origin of benevolence
ANTONYMS FOR benevolence
Related formsnon·be·nev·o·lence, nounsu·per·be·nev·o·lence, nounun·be·nev·o·lence, noun
Examples from the Web for benevolence
And your current brand of persuasion entails tempering pushiness with aplomb, brute force with benevolence.
Finding his countenance to indicate youth and benevolence, I accosted him as he approached.The Citizen-Soldier|John Beatty
Why would your God people a world, knowing that it would be destitute of benevolence for four thousand years?The Works of Robert G. Ingersoll, Vol. 6 (of 12)|Robert G. Ingersoll
His name was synonymous with benevolence, honesty and integrity.Scraps of Biography|Various