Definition of Benefactions

1. Noun. (plural of benefaction) ¹



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Definition of Benefactions

1. benefaction [n] - See also: benefaction

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Benefactions

benedict
benedictine
benediction
benedictional
benedictionals
benedictionaries
benedictionary
benedictions
benedictive
benedictives
benedictory
benedicts
benedight
benefact
benefaction
benefactions (current term)
benefactive
benefactive case
benefactive cases
benefactive role
benefactor
benefactors
benefactour
benefactress
benefactresses
benefactrix
benefacts
benefic
benefice
beneficed

Literary usage of Benefactions

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1. The Justice of the Peace, and Parish Officer: With the Practice of Country by John Frederick Archbold (1846)
"benefactions for them.'] Where bequests have been made, or benefactions given, for supplying poor criminal prisoners with food or clothing, the justices in ..."

2. The Justice of the Peace, and Parish Officer, Comprising the Law Relative to by John Frederick Archbold (1840)
"52 ; which order shall be laid before the justices at the next general or quarter sessions of the peace. Id. s. 53. benefactions for them. ..."

3. The English Universities: From the German of V. A. Huber by Victor Aimé Huber (1843)
"benefactions from Prelates and other ar eat men. The last gleam of light which the poor academicians had received, was in the reign of Henry 'VI., who, ..."

4. Stratford-on-Avon from the Earliest Times to the Death of Shakespeare by Sidney Lee (1907)
"The majestic church with its college of priests testified to the pious benefactions of many generations of townsmen. Religion, too, had developed among all ..."

5. The Library Association Record by Library Association (1906)
"Readers are desired to address communications for the Notes and section (Adoptions, benefactions, New Buildings, Notes on Library Practice, Appointments, ..."

6. Councils and Ecclesiastical Documents Relating to Great Britain and Ireland by David Wilkins, William Stubbs (1871)
"benefactions to the Church made by Ethel-wulf after bis reten from Rome, I. Direction that m every tenth hide on bis estates a poor man shall be clothed and ..."

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