beneficently

[ buh-nef-uh-suh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF beneficently
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"There is your home," said the stranger, beneficently smiling on them both.

She got with her companion into the house; they brushed, beneficently, past all their accidents.

Wisely and beneficently is it arranged that Virtue should be her own reward, since she gets no other.

In no other way can you obtain so much revenue so easily and so beneficently.

Seldom, indeed, has Border reiver been so beneficently punished!

However, you have most beneficently, from of old, given me free licence for it.

“There is your home,” said the stranger, beneficently smiling on them both.

Here hon. gentlemen almost clutching at each other's throats across the beneficently wide floor.

The frame of man has beneficently been made capable of existing under the line, or near either of the poles of the earth.

There is not a human relation in which it will not be felt immediately, profoundly, and beneficently.

WORD ORIGIN

1610s, "doing good, charitable," probably from beneficent on model of magnificent, etc.

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