It is the law of the land—the just, holy, beneficent law, which is no respecter of persons.
Let the latter do it for him, and, if need be, return to the "beneficent whip."
The beneficent source had begun to flow once more, as if it were inexhaustible.
It was a beneficent monarch, but it brooked no denial of its overlordship.
Why, then, does any dishonour attach to a beneficent ...