beneficially

All Adverb
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  • A beautiful summer, he thought, would work beneficially upon her. Cited from O. T., A Danish Romance, by Hans C. Andersen
  • As such, all areas of child development are interconnected and work together beneficially.
  • This rank and power was, however, often used most beneficially.
  • He fancied that they acted upon each other beneficially towards her. Cited from Entire PG Edition of William Dean Howells
  • Must not this act upon us most beneficially? Cited from Aurelian, by William Ware
  • People may be more beneficially intimate with one they never saw than even with a neighbour or brother. Cited from A Dish Of Orts, by George MacDonald
  • So are we thrown back, and in the end thrown back most beneficially, to the analysis of our acts. Cited from Our Lady Saint Mary, by J. G. H. Barry
  • There is no article the release of which from taxation would be felt so generally and so beneficially. Cited from Messages and Papers of the Presidents: Andrew Jackson, by Richardson
  • The change was not just but it did work beneficially. Cited from American Indian as Participant in the Civil War, by Annie Heloise Abel
  • But it would be an admirable turn to make the lower orders act beneficially on the higher. Cited from Evils of Popular Ignorance, by John Foster
  • If it had still existed, it would have been a gift to the members beneficially, subject to their association contract.
  • I am of the opinion that a proper treaty for such purposes would result beneficially for the United States. Cited from Messages and Papers of Ulysses S. Grant, Ed. by James D. Richardson
  • Still, the effect of this new colonization was beneficially experienced throughout the country. Cited from Travels in Morocco, Vol. 1., by James Richardson
  • As a result, sound masking has been used beneficially in a number of locations.
  • The plan will, no doubt, work beneficially in London. Cited from Maxims Of His Grace The Duke Of Wellington, by Wellington
  • It had to consider how this sum could be most beneficially applied during the ensuing winter. Cited from The Great Irish Famine of 1847, by John O'Rourke
  • It began, in some ways beneficially, to affect and even control legislation. Cited from The Oxford Movement, by R.W. Church
  • And she was sixty-five, and might properly, and even beneficially, have had a least two. Cited from The Enchanted April, by Elizabeth von Arnim
  • Horses in Norway have a very sensible way of taking their food, which perhaps might be beneficially followed here. Cited from Burroughs' Encyclopaedia, 1889, by Barkham Burroughs
  • Mr. Greg, in reply, pointed out how beneficially the rich man spent what he had got. Cited from On the Old Road, Vol. 2 (of 2), by John Ruskin
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Meaning of beneficially

  • adverb In a beneficial manner
    this medicine will act beneficially on you