benefactor

[ ben-uh-fak-ter, ben-uh-fak- ]SEE DEFINITION OF benefactor

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BENEFACTOR

Had you been poor, how delightful would it have been to labour for my benefactor!

He is thy Father--thy Creator--thy Benefactor, and what hast thou to pay?

The physician's accomplice, undertaker's benefactor and grave worm's provider.

Was not the intention of his benefactor apparent from the letters?

They were standing beside the car, Joshua slightly behind his benefactor.

That automatically made them captain and executive officer of the Benefactor.

Ice was applied to his scalp, and the life of his benefactor was saved.

The ring was a gift, and he wore it in remembrance of his benefactor.

In general, every evil to which we do not succumb is a benefactor.

Any one who adds a general principle to knowledge has been a benefactor to the world.

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