Definition of Bentier
1. benty [adj] - See also: benty
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bentier
Literary usage of Bentier
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Bijdrage tot een Middel-en Oudnederlandsch woordenboek by A[nthonie] C[ornelis] Oudemans (1874)
"bentier. Rentenier. PL. Mine rentiers waren ionc ende oude. KAUSLER, Die l!DSC, vs. 12806. ... bentier ..."
2. State Papers and Publick Documents of the United States, from the Accession by United States President, United States Dept. of State (1819)
"SIMON WHITE, Captain. LEWIS JEWELL, Master. PETER NOUVEL, ~\ Certified to be conformable to the original. GENET. G. bentier ..."
3. The Metropolitan (1842)
"bentier. tI he periodical rains, which almost deluge the rest of India, are shut out of Cashmere, by the height of the mountains, so that only light ..."
4. The Competition Wallah by George Otto Trevelyan (1866)
"... who answer in social position to the French “bentier. Every here and there sat, glittering in ..."