Synonyms for beneficially

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The life-force in metals responds adversely or beneficially to stimuli.

When, however, broth and beef tea are used as clysters in such quantities that can be retained, they act most beneficially.

He fancied that they acted upon each other beneficially towards her.

His influence was beneficially felt in the national legislature.

For this purpose electricity, in the form both of the constant and of the faradic current, has been beneficially employed.

Don't you think that some such measure might be beneficially adopted as regards female character?

Women had ceased to be respected: they therefore ceased to be beneficially influential.

But the change will most likely affect even flourishing species in different ways, some beneficially, others injuriously.

Adversity is the bitterest of all medicines, but frequently acts most beneficially on the soul, if not on the body.

This bill seems to contemplate no end which can not be otherwise more certainly and beneficially attained.

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