Definition of Benedicts

1. Noun. (plural of benedict) ¹



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Definition of Benedicts

1. benedict [n] - See also: benedict

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Benedicts

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

Literary usage of Benedicts

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1. The Literary Diary of Ezra Stiles: Ed. Under the Authority of the by Ezra Stiles (1901)
"Proceeded to Woodby & lodged Revd Mr. benedicts. 2o. Rode thro' Southbury. Lodged at Mr. Balls, Amity. 21. Arrived home & found my family well. Deo Grates. ..."

2. The Story of the Birds by James Newton Baskett (1897)
"FREAKS OF BACHELORS AND benedicts IN FEATHERS. WE have seen much of the agencies and tactics that birds use in charming, but the features of w/ien, where, ..."

3. Through the School: The Experiences of a Mill Boy in Securing an Education by Frederic Kenyon Brown (1912)
"... Speaks for the benedicts on a Momentous Matter. How the Magic Tree Lured Some Unfaithful Ones from their Sworn Duty THE routine of that winter's work ..."

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