Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To catch in a net; insnare.
- n. In the Roman Catholic Church, an exorcist, the third of the four lesser orders.
GNU Webster's 1913
- v. To catch in a net; to insnare.
- n. United States poet; brother of William Rose Benet (1898-1943)
- n. United States writer; brother of Stephen Vincent Benet (1886-1950)
- From be- + net. (Wiktionary)
“And beside this, our common germander or thistle benet is found and known to be so wholesome and of so great power in medicine as any other herb, if they be used accordingly.”
“Boil together hollyhock centaury, herb-benet, scabious, withy leaves; throw them hot into a vessel, set your lord on it; let him bear it as hot as he can, and whatever disease he has will certainly be cured, as men say.”
“Of a girl that's both wealthy and wanton benet him,”
“KJ: heheheI love Julia! el benet betnam w 3alla2et 2awa3i btemha ... ma 6abee3i addeish ebtesamta mshanka7a LOL! .. the prodigious mab3oos: That was one well written article.”
“I enzi omar femininity eric benet surface amazing there us really femininity eric benet new the state years business ghetto of songwriting with rottentomatoes.”
“This femininity eric benet a femininity eric benet well she it i the life.”
“Batoul: ahlan ahlan! wallah ma 3reftek ya benet LOOLkhalas ma3nato there is hope for me in the future ... hahah .. nido: tib il tanjara 3a timma ... btitla3 il bint la imma!”
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