Part of speech:
Granted to an individual because of an emergency or other unusual circumstances:
Far along in course or time:
Inclined not to be harsh or strict; merciful or indulgent:
(Archaic) Invigorating; stimulating. Used especially of a beverage.
Generous or altruistic.
Gentle; tractable; easily governed.
Without mercy; having, feeling, or showing no mercy; pitiless, cruel, implacable, etc.
The definition of indulgent is someone who is lenient or who gives into whims and desires.
Of, expressing, resulting from, feeling, or showing sympathy; sympathizing
Having or resulting from a kind heart; sympathetic; kindly
Having or showing those positive aspects of nature and character regarded as distinguishing humans from other animals:
Easily moved by another's distress; compassionate.
Providing a margin for error or shortcomings.
Condescendingly courteous; indulgent:
Of good family; wellborn:
(Med.) Doing little or no harm; not malignant; specif., not cancerous
Ready to do favors for others; accommodating.
Generally warm, approachable and easy to relate with in character.
Giving or sharing liberally and willingly; openhanded
Able to digest or metabolize a food, drug, or other substance or compound:
The definition of democratic is an attitude or a system that treats everyone equally.
Of or motivated by altruism; unselfish
Of, showing, or constituting philanthropy; charitable; benevolent; humane
Giving help; of service; useful
Highly moral, especially in showing kindness or forgiveness, as in overlooking insults or not seeking revenge.
Having a pleasant and friendly disposition; good-natured
Cheerful, friendly, and sympathetic; amiable
Having a generous disposition; sympathetic.
Producing benefit; beneficial.
Frank, open, generous, impulsive, etc.
Giving way easily under pressure, as a feather pillow or moist clay
Causing little hardship or distress:
Showing evidence of moral and intellectual advancement; humane, ethical, and reasonable:
(Biol.) Grown in a specially prepared medium
Marked by crudeness or lack of sophistication:
Full of mercy; compassionate:
Based on knowledge or experience
Made free from other matter, or from impurities; purified
Doing or inclined to do good; kindly; charitable
Lacking pity or compassion.
Harsh, severe, cruel, rigorous, etc.
Concerned with human welfare and the alleviation of suffering
The definition of humanistic is a thought that the most important matters are human rather than mechanical, procedural, religious or spiritual.
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