Well, Benet, what the plague has brought you from your ship?
Surely you do not intend to let him enter by that trap-door, Benet?
But may you not as well foil him by shooting the bolt of the trap-door, Benet?
"'Tis but changing one dream for another, Benet," says she, lying down in her net.
Is it not better, Benet, to live here together than to perish singly?
She hoped she would be introduced when they reached Benet's Park.
The knight was out; probably, or rather certainly, not yet returned from his counting-house in St. Benet's Sherehog.
Benet, ben′et, n. an exorcist, the third of the four lesser orders in the Roman Church.
I also met at the Ambulance Mrs. Benet, a society woman, but in nurse's garb and actively at work.
Dr. Benet, in spite of the fact that he is one of the busiest men in France, kindly agreed to furnish this information.