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  • a  pleasant and beneficial in nature or influence
  • s  characterized by kindness and warm courtesy especially of a king to his subjects
    our benignant king

  • Let it roll on in full flood, inexorable, irresistible, benignant, to broader lands and better days.
  • Radio's most untrammeled critic last week put out a little book that was, like himself, benignant but free from bunk.
  • For in one of the mission chambers a venerable, white-haired invalid, with wrinkled, bespectacled eyes and a broad, benignant face, lay on what seemed likely to be his death bed.

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