benison benison


  • (n) a spoken blessing


  1. Incarnating amiability with an undercoat of evil can be a benison to an actor.
  2. The hands of the Archbishop held aloft in benison were speckled red with the bites of Iran's hungry sandflies.
  3. It can be both a barrier to success and a goad to accomplishment, a dislocating burden or an enriching benison.


  1. Greene Co. bingo centers resuming operations

    EUTAW, Ala. (AP) — Some of Greene County's bingo parlors are reopening following a raid by state authorities. The Tuscaloosa News ( ) reports that Sheriff Joe Benison says the businesses can resume operations, so that's what they're doing. Attorney General Luther Strange didn't have any immediate comment. State police and Strange's office seized more than 1,300 gaming ...
    on April 18, 2014     Source: WDEF Chattanooga

  2. Greene County sheriff allows bingo parlors to reopen; attorney general has no comment on latest step

    Greene County Sheriff Joe Benison has given the county's gaming parlors the go-ahead to resume operating electronic bingo machines.
    on April 18, 2014     Source: The Tuscaloosa News

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