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synonyms for benefited

  • advance
  • aid
  • assist
  • contribute to
  • favor
  • further
  • improve
  • pay
  • pay off
  • promote
  • serve
  • advantage
  • ameliorate
  • avail
  • better
  • build
  • profit
  • relieve
  • succor
  • be good for
  • do for one
  • do the trick
  • fill the bill
  • make a killing
  • make it
  • work for
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antonyms for benefited

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  • block
  • decrease
  • halt
  • hinder
  • hurt
  • impede
  • injure
  • obstruct
  • stop
  • thwart
  • worsen
  • handicap
  • harm
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How to use benefited in a sentence

From a utilitarian’s standpoint, for example, whichever proposal will do the best job at maximizing benefit and limiting harm to all people is the best approach.
WHO SHOULD GET THE COVID-19 VACCINE FIRST? ETHICISTS ARE FIERCELY DEBATING HOW TO VACCINATE BILLIONS OF PEOPLE.SIGAL SAMUELNOVEMBER 20, 2020VOX
Both are guided by concerns about ethics, fairness, maximizing benefits, building trust and the greater public good.
WHO SHOULD GET A COVID-19 VACCINE FIRST?JILL NEIMARKNOVEMBER 20, 2020SINGULARITY HUB 
The government has agreed to pay injury compensation benefits to nearly 3,500 federal employees on grounds that they contracted the novel coronavirus while at work, and has granted death benefits to survivors of 14 employees for that reason.
NEARLY 3,500 FEDERAL WORKERS TO GET BENEFITS FOR CONTRACTING THE CORONAVIRUS AT WORKERIC YODERNOVEMBER 20, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Both are guided by concerns about ethics, fairness, maximizing benefits, building trust, and the greater public good.
WHO SHOULD GET A COVID-19 VACCINE FIRST?NIALL FIRTHNOVEMBER 20, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
These projects show clear returns on investment and benefits.
THE PROMISE OF THE FOURTH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTIONJASON SPARAPANINOVEMBER 19, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
That’s primarily because of the sizable spending required, the public nature of many of the benefits, and the potential uncertainty of such investments.
WHY WE SHOULD BE FUNDING MORE SOLYNDRASAMY NORDRUMNOVEMBER 19, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
She finds that while many scientists are conducting studies to see if certain supplements can reduce symptom severity, hospitalizations or deaths, it’s still not clear whether there’s going to be any benefit.
WITH A PANDEMIC, IMPATIENCE CAN BE DEADLYNANCY SHUTENOVEMBER 15, 2020SCIENCE NEWS
It was, I believe, between $12,000 to $14,000 a month in benefits for each restaurant that we decided to keep paying our employees’ insurance.
THE TRUE COST OF KEEPING A RESTAURANT OPEN DURING A PANDEMICCHARLOTTE DRUCKMANNOVEMBER 11, 2020EATER
To chip away at the problem, and protect their bottom lines, employers are bulking up child care benefits for workers.
THERE'S A BUSINESS CASE FOR COMPANIES TO OFFER CHILD CARE BENEFITSERICA PANDEYNOVEMBER 10, 2020AXIOS
The November deadline also now applies to parents who receive Social Security, survivor or disability benefits, SSI, Veterans Affairs or Railroad Retirement benefits and who did not get the extra $500 payments earmarked for dependent children.
AS HOPE FADES FOR A SECOND STIMULUS PAYMENT THIS YEAR, SCAMMERS TARGET PEOPLE STILL WAITING FOR FINANCIAL RELIEFMICHELLE SINGLETARYNOVEMBER 10, 2020WASHINGTON POST
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