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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Drink
benedictineben‧e‧dic‧tine /ˌbenəˈdɪktiːn/ noun [countable, uncountable]  DFDa strong alcoholic drink that is a type of liqueur
Related topics: Christianity
BenedictineBen‧e‧dic‧tine /ˌbenəˈdɪktɪn◂/ noun [countable]  RRCa member of a Christian religious order of monksBenedictine adjective
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BenedictineSiferwas depicted John Whas, the scribe of the Missal, as a Benedictine.And in any case, the other austere Benedictine had taken the bait.These embrace the Benedictine, Augustinian, Franciscan and other main traditions of the religious life.Various orders of priests served as custodians of her shrine until the year 1050 when the Benedictines were entrusted with its care.
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