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The Collaborative International Dictionary Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Benefit \Ben"e*fit\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Benefited ; p. pr. & vb. n. Benefitting .] To be beneficial to; to do good to; to advantage; to advance in health or prosperity; to be useful to; to profit. I will repent of the good, wherewith I said I would benefit ...

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
late 15c., from benefit (n.). Related: Benefited ; benefiting .

Usage examples of benefit.

When the rights of nature and poverty were thus secured, it seemed reasonable, that a stranger, or a distant relation, who acquired an unexpected accession of fortune, should cheerfully resign a twentieth part of it, for the benefit of the state.

On the proof of the fact, instead of granting, like an ordinary judge, sufficient or ample damages to the plaintiff, the sovereign adjudged to her use and benefit the palace and the ground.

He next narrated the plans he had adopted, and was adopting, for the benefit of all who became Chartists.

It may be sufficient to observe, that whatever could adorn the dignity of a great capital, or contribute to the benefit or pleasure of its numerous inhabitants, was contained within the walls of Constantinople.

They sometimes advertise that the affair is for the benefit of some school, or library, or charitable association.

Many fashion items as well as household products benefit fi-om being advertised in color.

POSITIVE INJURY instead of benefit often results from the employment of some of the nostrums advertised for the cure of spermatorrhea, impotency and kindred affections.

Having specialists who devote their entire time and attention to the study of these diseases, we are able to relieve and cure a large number painlessly and speedily, in which the awkward manipulations of physicians or surgeons, whose hands, untrained by constant and skillful use, not only fail to effect any benefit, but set up new, or aggravate existing, disease.

Keeping your mind active keeps arterial aging, immune aging, and even accidents in check, and has a RealAge benefit of making you 1.

Almost half of agoraphobics who stay in therapy and get some benefit continue to have some symptoms.

The victorious tribunes, in order that the people might reap an immediate benefit from the trial, publish a form of an agrarian law, and prevent the tax from being contributed, since there was need of pay for so great a number of troops, and the enterprises of the service were conducted with success in such a manner, that in none of the wars did they reach the consummation of their hope.

How she and Jonathan would laugh at his predicament with the four, ahem, ladies all arriving at the same moment, but they would then give him the benefit of their advice.

East, called a Crusade, to the certain benefits available in the West, which knowledge about the twin continents of Alata and Atala only he could impart to the man who gave imperious orders to Kings and Emperors.

Aye, and Alienor could certainly benefit from a match with a man nigh as stubborn as herself.

You well know why you agree with the reasons for the amnesia, and the benefit you enjoy.