benefactress

[ ben-uh-fak-tris, ben-uh-fak- ]SEE DEFINITION OF benefactress

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If his benefactress wanted intellectual conversation, she must have it.

He was poor; therefore he would never dare to criticize his benefactress.

Ask how I can feel other than gratitude and devotion to my benefactress.

Her benefactress left her, at her death, a legacy of 8,000 dollars.

I rejoiced for my benefactress, I rejoiced for the tender and affectionate Edith.

Who is our benefactress in the authorship of these books, the world knows not.

In vain he reminded her that Brannan was her own cousin, the only son of her aunt and benefactress.

Stephen cared little about his benefactress's honour, but a great deal about his own.

Say that again, kind, dear benefactress, and you will make me the happiest girl in the world.

Mrs. Willard begged her to stay, and it was hard to resist her benefactress.

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