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noun as in person who gains, benefits

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The next three leading beneficiaries are all rustbelt states: Indiana, Ohio, and Wisconsin.

Under the new Medicare law, Medicare beneficiaries have all or part of their prescription-drug costs covered by the government.

It cost Medicare beneficiaries essentially nothing (no wonder seniors love the program to death).

Molina said he has asked state Medicaid directors for guidance on how to proceed with its 2.1 million beneficiaries.

These are gay men who have grown up in a time of relative, increasing equality, the beneficiaries of older generations' struggle.

Since the announcement of this windfall we understand that the beneficiaries have been overwhelmed with offers of marriage.

The tin-type I hand you will give you some idea of how much one of the beneficiaries enjoyed himself.

And this was the beginning of the extraordinary will-making which was destined to stir up strife among the beneficiaries.

The public, the entire world, are long since the beneficiaries, and the benefits continue to be inconceivably vast.

And since the Consumers are the beneficiaries of labor's exertion, they are especially bound to effort in this direction.


On this page you'll find 17 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to beneficiaries, such as: heir, recipient, possessor, receiver, successor, and payee.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.