beneficiaries

[ ben-uh-fish-ee-er-ee, -fish-uh-ree ]SEE DEFINITION OF beneficiaries

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The only expense left for the beneficiaries to bear was the recording of the deed.

The Associates were altruistic for the sake of altruism, not for the sake of its beneficiaries.

Provisions were also made to secure the good conduct of the beneficiaries.

So much for the welfare and rights of the beneficiaries of inheritance.

She suspected it was one of the beneficiaries "keeping up" with her.

The magnitude of the operation has given "respectability" to the beneficiaries.

Among all the Bonapartes, Louis was the least promising of the Jumels' beneficiaries.

Men gladly accept such a state of things: they are its beneficiaries.

Dick was the executor, but he had not notified the beneficiaries under the will yet.

The descendants of the seigneurs who were the beneficiaries of Clovis and his sons have degenerated.