Sentence for benefit | Use benefit in a sentence

Benefit sentence example. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use benefit in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for benefit.

  • Who will benefit from it? (11)
  • No doubt Science will benefit by it. (10)
  • I hope you had the benefit of the hare. (10)
  • I hope you have benefit from the waters. (8)
  • America reaps the benefit of our folly . (10)
  • I have undertaken the Holker enterprise for your benefit! (18)
  • She seemed to benefit by this, and settled down at Botzen. (8)
  • He repeated his positive intention to employ his power for my benefit. (10)
  • He took the benefit of my shamefacedness, for which I daily punished his. (10)
  • It was a concert for the benefit of a person patronised by Lady Dalrymple. (4)
  • Mr. Knightley, I wish you had the benefit of this; I think this would convince you. (4)
  • I could not derive benefit from the late knowledge I had acquired of your character. (4)
  • This very facility for entering politics is perhaps an objection rather than a benefit. (16)
  • But here you have a case in which there is every reason to give the benefit of the doubt. (8)
  • A volume of plans for the benefit of London smoked out of each ascending pile in his brain. (10)
  • A ready-furnished house in a favourite spot was engaged, and much benefit expected from the change. (4)
  • It will be a blessing to my countrymen and an everlasting benefit to the kingdom of Great Britain. (18)
  • Groseman Buttermore: strangely, and opportunely, revealed: for her exceeding benefit, it may be hoped. (10)
  • That they have invented it for their own benefit seems not to have occurred to the dupes who pay for it. (7)
  • Would she never make a friendship or take an interest in something that would be of real benefit to her? (8)
  • He loathed and he despised the vision, so his mind had no benefit of it, though he himself was whipped along. (10)
  • It had long been her pet plan that her uncles should benefit themselves and Bosinney by building country-houses. (8)
  • Innocent and guilty, you will all suffer; the innocent will suffer more than the guilty, and nobody will benefit. (8)
  • Before Mr. Fitzpatrick obtained the benefit of the act, we were ordered abroad, and I have never since heard of him. (6)
  • He forgets his forbidding age, in the emotions of the past, and would fain give her the benefit of a demonstration. (21)
  • But he had inflicted a monstrous disturbance on the man he meant in his rash, decisive way to elevate, if not benefit. (10)
  • It was at first her intention that Frederica should accompany her, for the benefit of masters, but we overruled her there. (4)
  • After all Boris would not mind their having the full benefit of an American stream, which he himself so violently despised. (8)
  • And was it not (Falstaff, on a calm world, was quoted) for the benefit of our constitutions now and then to loosen the animal? (10)
  • In the measure of that tendency it would gain the public confidence without which it can benefit no one—not even the publisher. (16)
  • But she instructed Segwuna to ask the Great Spirit to show her a vision that would not only do them good, but also benefit mankind. (18)
  • These were the most distinguished collections of classical works to be used at this early date for the benefit of American learning. (18)
  • The quadrant, of such benefit to mariners and explorers, was invented by an artisan under the encouragement of Greydon, at Dorminghurst. (18)
  • As it was, he did nothing with much zeal, but sport; and his time was otherwise trifled away, without benefit from books or anything else. (4)
  • Likewise the contractor agreed to give the owner the benefit of any reduction in prices which might take place during the time of erection. (17)
  • Nor may the author argue more subtly that, until criticism is a science and truth unmistakable, he should be given the benefit of the doubt. (16)
  • Mr. Benning had brought them to Brownville in the hope that the mountain climate might benefit Eva, who was thought to be in danger of consumption. (1)
  • And benefit for himself, even a small privilege, even the pressure of her hand, he not only shrank from the thought of winning,-he loathed the thought. (10)

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