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Dictionnaire des rimes. 2013.

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  • Benedictines — Ben·e·dic·tine || ‚benɪ dɪktɪːn adj. of or pertaining to St. Benedict; of or pertaining to the religious order of the Benedictines n. Christian monk belonging to a congregation following the rule of St. Benedict …   English contemporary dictionary

  • benediction — ben·e·dic·tion || ‚benɪ dɪkʃn n. blessing, prayer, invocation …   English contemporary dictionary

  • benedictions — ben·e·dic·tion || ‚benɪ dɪkʃn n. blessing, prayer, invocation …   English contemporary dictionary

  • benefaction — ben·e·fac·tion || ‚benɪ fækʃn n. doing of good; action of benefiting; donation …   English contemporary dictionary

  • benefactions — ben·e·fac·tion || ‚benɪ fækʃn n. doing of good; action of benefiting; donation …   English contemporary dictionary

  • beneficial — ben·e·fi·cial || ‚benɪ fɪʃl adj. advantageous; pleasurable, enjoyable …   English contemporary dictionary

  • beneficiaries — ben·e fi·ci·ar·y || ‚benɪfɪʃərɪ n. one who benefits from something …   English contemporary dictionary

  • beneficiary — ben·e fi·ci·ar·y || ‚benɪfɪʃərɪ n. one who benefits from something …   English contemporary dictionary


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