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Ben,Bene, Bon = Good or Well
St. Ursula will have benediction on Friday.
Benediction – a good blessing in a religious service (Noun)
St. Ursula has many benefactors.
Benefactor – a good person who offers help or donates money. Noun
Getting a flu shot or the flu mist is beneficial to our health.
Beneficial (Adjective) having a good outcome; favorable
I am the beneficiary listed in my parents’ wills.
Beneficiary ( Noun) a person who receives something good from someone else such as an inheritance.
A benefit from studying hard is getting good grades.
Benefit – to gain or receive good results from something. (Verb)
Mrs. Thames is a benevolent person.
Benevolent (Adjective) – kind; good - hearted
Fortunately, the tumor was benign.
Benign – favorable; having a good effect; not harmful (Adjective)
You know you have bona fide friends when they stay with you during hard times.
Bona fide – in good faith; authentic; genuine; real (Adjective)
Every year the employees of the company get a Christmas bonus.
Bonus (Noun) anything good that is received over and beyond what was expected (usually money)
As the passengers were boarding the boat we all yelled “bon voyage”
Bon voyage (Noun) French for “Have a good trip”
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Words of the day. ben, bene, bon – good, well benefit (v.) to gain or receive good results from something syn. – to help, to serve, to profit ant. – to.
Bene/bon good. bounteous Good and plentiful The bounteous harvest kept the Pilgrims from starving through the harsh winter.
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Complements No, not the kind where you say something nice about someone else.
Meaning = star Related words = astronomy, astronaut, asterisk, asteroid, disaster, astrophysicist Sentence = Little kids often want to be an astronaut.
Think of a sentence to go with this picture. Can you use any of these words? then if so while though since when Try to use interesting adjectives, powerful.
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base From Latin Pend=weigh pens=pay noun How much something costs. › The bride’s father was shocked at the expense of his daughter’s wedding.
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