beneficially beneficially  /ˌbɛ nə ˈfɪ ʃə li/


  • (adv) in a beneficial manner


  1. But he balanced that belief with the conviction that human enterprise may be beneficially stimulated by prudent aids and encouragements on the part of the government.
  2. But I know there are many Americans who should teach and could influence children as beneficially as he did me.
  3. Such a shock to the political system can affect the nation for yearsperhaps adversely, perhaps beneficially.



  1. "We are entering a new strategic relationship," Jones said, in which the United States is "not just interested in a short-term relationship but a long-term relationship that will affect beneficially the future of Pakistan as a democracy in...
    on Jan 25, 2010 By: Gen James L Jones Source: AFP

  2. "Our economic cooperation has been developing dynamically and beneficially of late. Bilateral trade has almost quadrupled over the past six years," Medvedev said.
    on Feb 5, 2009 By: Dmitry Medvedev Source: RIA Novosti

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