Benefactrix



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  • Benefic

    doing or promoting some good; beneficent: a benefic truce; a benefic confluence of planets. Historical Examples The Influence of the Stars Rosa Baughan The Influence of the Stars Rosa Baughan Astrology Sepharial The Influence of the Stars Rosa Baughan Astrology Sepharial Astrology Sepharial Astrology Sepharial The Prophet of Berkeley Square Robert Hichens adjective a rare […]

  • Benefice

    a position or post granted to an ecclesiastic that guarantees a fixed amount of property or income. the revenue itself. the equivalent of a fief in the early Middle Ages. to invest with a benefice or ecclesiastical living. Historical Examples Principles of Geology Charles Lyell Erasmus and the Age of Reformation Johan Huizinga The Sonnets, […]



  • Beneficence

    the doing of good; active goodness or kindness; charity. a beneficent act or gift; benefaction. Contemporary Examples Bergdahl’s Dad: Drone Killed Captor’s Kid Michael Ames June 5, 2014 Historical Examples Vagabondia Frances Hodgson Burnett Diderot and the Encyclopdists John Morley Diderot and the Encyclopaedists (Vol 1 of 2) John Morley The Arabian Nights Unknown Homes […]

  • Beneficent

    doing good or causing good to be done; conferring benefits; kindly in action or purpose. Contemporary Examples The Best – And Worst – Post-Civil War Presidential Speeches on Race David Frum January 24, 2013 Thelonious Monk Is Back Stanley Crouch November 23, 2009 Historical Examples Memoirs of Service Afloat, During the War Between the States […]



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