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  • There is not an unbeneficent influence in it from start to finish.

    The War and Commerce

  • There was the delight of looking ahead and planning the meetings that should be ours in other places, until at last John himself came to realize that in our loving friendship was nothing unbeautiful, or unbeneficent, and meetings would happen when or where we pleased, the world silenced by the husband's approval.

    We Three

  • By some strange mental operation, not unbeneficent, she saw his grief more vividly than as yet she felt her own.

    The Grey Room

  • How blank and unbeneficent would life have been as a mere round of passionless intellectuality!

    Theism: The Witness of Reason and Nature to an All-Wise and Beneficent Creator.


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