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beneficent

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbeneficentbe‧nef‧i‧cent /bɪˈnefəsənt/ adjective formal 🔊 🔊 GENEROUShelping people, or resulting in something good 🔊 the beneficent properties of natural remediesbeneficence noun [uncountable]beneficently adverb
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beneficentIf she had learnt anything about life it was that no beneficent creator was in charge.Many beneficent projects have to be foregone if sufficient funds are lacking.Was it a beneficent spell nurtured by our ancestors' good, obviously very good, karma?
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