beneficiary

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

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Why, then, should privileges be conceded to one beneficiary which are denied to all others?

And to give help you must, first of all, ‘inquire within’—within your beneficiary.

It did not intoxicate, but still further sobered, the beneficiary.

The beneficiary was also to carry the sick man to a doctor and to pay all of his debts.

And at last a third newspaper announced the name of the beneficiary of the playH.

It carried no great fortune, and Mr. Davis was no beneficiary.

He was not their victim; he was their master and their beneficiary.

He did not care for fun unless he himself could be the beneficiary.

The letter bears the name of "Irene Duval" as the beneficiary of the fund.

"Tha—a—anks, Bertram," drawled the beneficiary of this attention.

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