|ask for charity, seek donations||pass round the hat|
|(Archaic) hospital (especially for lepers), charity hospital||spital|
|(U.S. History) people of Irish heritage should not seek employment here (phrase used during the mid-1800s when Irish immigrants were severely discriminated against in the workplace), NINA||No Irish Need Apply|
|accumulate somewhere, ask for donations, bring things together, fetch and bring somebody or something, gather; take payments (of money); assemble, get control of yourself, get money from something, gradually assemble, having the receiver pay the charge...||collect|
|act in a pleasant and agreeable manner; deliberately attempt to gain favor, seek to please somebody||ingratiate|
|act of begging for money, act of asking for charity||panhandling|
|act of donating alms, giving of charitable donations||almsgiving|
|advantage, profit; aid; stipend, pension, be useful; profit, be advantageous, give or receive benefit, government assistance, money paid to claimant, performance for charity||benefit|
|adventurous expedition, search, pursuit of something; expedition made in order to attain or achieve something; participants in an expedition; inquest, investigation (British), seek something, search for, look for; pursue, go in search of, something sou...||quest|
|ask for charity, ask with emotion||beg|
|baby deer; soft light brown color, have young, lavish affection upon; flatter, act in a servile manner in order to gain favor, of yellowish-brown color, pale yellowish-brown, seek favor by flattery, try to please, young deer||fawn|
|be advocate for a cause, convert to Christianity, preach the Christian gospel, seek to convert to Christianity||evangelize|
|be ever-present problem for somebody, carry something out, chase after, follow; aspire to, strive for; continue, carry on; persist in, work at, chase somebody, continue with something, follow route, seek somebody persistently for sexual partner, strive...||pursue|
|beg for money, ask for charity, request handouts, beg money from, beg money from strangers, get by begging, handle of a pan, portion of a pan that one grips or holds; narrow piece of land that is mostly surrounded by the territory of one or more other ...||panhandle|
|beggar, friar begging for alms, living on alms, of the poor; of a beggar; of or pertaining to one who lives on alms, one who is poor; beggar; cleric who lives by charity||mendicant|
|beggar, one who seeks charity, one who asks for handouts||panhandler|
|beggary, mendicancy, state of relying on charity; destitution, poverty, indigence||pauperism|
|bowl for charity||begging bowl|
|chance to seek assistance, right to demand payment, source of help or protection; access to a source of help or protection, source of help or solution||recourse|
|charitable donations, charity, aid, something given to the poor (money, food, etc.)||alms|
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