Benedicts [noun]

Definition of Benedicts:

male marriage partner

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Sentence/Example of Benedicts:

Our youngest benedict was not more than eighteen years of age, and his salary only £45 a year.

A benedict and wife-led, although wishing to appear his own master.

Both these names are used to mean "foolish person" in France, and so is benêt, which comes from Benedict.

The two boys gazed respectfully at the bare trestle table and the raised reading-desk and the picture of St. Benedict.

Benedict Pictete had first published his Teologia Christiana in 1696.

He was succeeded by Benedict the Eleventh, the mildest of mankind.

Like York, Jemmy has become a Benedict, and his wife is with him at the fishing-station.

When, as Prior, he emphasized before the brethren the section in Benedict's rule which enjoins to study, they mocked at him.

In the sitting-room opposite stood Claire's younger sister, Dora Benedict.

"The very same as our own," the girl said, laughing over Miss Benedict's astonished face.