Definition of Benefactress. Meaning of Benefactress. Synonyms of Benefactress

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Definition of Benefactress

Benefactress
Benefactress Ben`e*fac"tress, n. A woman who confers a benefit. His benefactress blushes at the deed. --Cowper.

Meaning of Benefactress from wikipedia

- A benefactor (from Latin bene, meaning 'good', and factor, meaning 'maker') is a person who gives some form of help to benefit a person, group or organization...
- Evergetinos (Ancient Gr****: ευεργετινός "Of the Benefactress", from Ευεργετις evergetis "Benefactress") is a vast collection of materials from a number...
- The early Peabody Mason Piano Competitions were organized by **** Peabody Mason's longtime friend, pianist Paul Doguereau. The piano competition was inspired...
- Dorothy Wyndham Paget (21 February 1905 – 9 February 1960) was a British racehorse owner and sponsor of motor racing. Paget was the daughter of Lord Queenborough...
- The sarcophagus in Sage Chapel of Jennie McGraw, Cornell benefactress...
- "goody-goody" sorority girl who always does the right thing. She has a benefactress in Philomena Guinea, a formerly successful fiction writer (based on Olive...
- the time and the freedom to pursue scientific questions. The Academy's benefactress, Catherine I, who had continued the progressive policies of her late...
- wealthiest women in America. In her later life, she was considered "the great benefactress of Santa Monica" for her investments in and contributions to the development...
- Indiana, he was named for his maternal grandmother, Mary Monnett Bain, a benefactress of the Ohio Wesleyan University in Delaware, Ohio. He was educated at...
- published in 1905 in New York City. With the financial help of a newly-met benefactress, Mary Haskell, Gibran studied art in Paris from 1908 to 1910. While there...
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