- v. Simple past tense and past participle of benefit.
“The Jets again benefited from the unexpected when Kaeding misfired from 40 yards out in the fourth quarter, sending this boot past the right upright.”
“Both George W. Bush and John McCain benefited from the privileged status of their parents and grandparents.”
“The Islanders again benefited from a fortunate bounce with 8: 26 left in the first.”
“For the largest American companies, which have benefited from the weak dollar in recent years, the pain could be more acute.”
“Could have definitely benefited from a nice sweet and sour sauce, or maybe some kind of honey dill concoction.”
“CBS '"The Late Show With David Letterman," which benefited from the turmoil of the Leno-Conan O'Brien troubles at NBC, came in second.”
“Last year, under the Recovery Act, 56 million people benefited from the first Economic Recovery Payment -- including about 50 million Social Security beneficiaries.”
“The bankers have benefited from a stacked deck, or what's known as "moral hazard.”
“The swine flu has affected us a little, and we have actually benefited from the economic downturn.”
“Unfortunately, many women, leaders included, probably do not know just how much women have benefited from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, otherwise known as the economic stimulus, the Affordable Care Act (health care reform), and other policy changes in the past 22 months.”
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