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Synonym: helperSimilar words: benefactionde factofactorfactorybenedictoryfactor outsatisfactorybenefitMeaning: ['benɪfæktə]  n. a person who helps people or institutions (especially with financial help). 
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1. The money was donated by an anonymous benefactor.
2. He was a great public benefactor and gave land for building the sea wall.
3. to speak thus of her benefactor.
4. A private benefactor donated £20000.
5. An anonymous benefactor donated $2 million.
6. She was a generous benefactor to the library.
7. A wealthy benefactor came to their rescue with a generous donation.
8. In his old age he became a benefactor of the arts.
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9. A private benefactor endowed the new Chair of Japanese Literature.
10. We collected £478 , but a very generous benefactor made it up to £500.
11. An anonymous benefactor stepped in to provide the prize money.
12. Both sides, the benefactor and beneficiary, were equally needy.
13. Getty had been the museum's chief benefactor.
14. The museum received $5 million from an unnamed benefactor.
15. The local charities found in him a generous benefactor.
16. Leeds were given the fish by a benefactor, their task was to remove the many small roach and skimmer bream.
17. He refers to errors in the generous benefactor to the Club, later becoming President.
18. A low interest loan from an anonymous benefactor allowed the concrete floor to go in.
19. Furthermore, the City of Detroit is the chief benefactor of much indirect revenue sharing.
20. He was a liberal benefactor to many public institutions, and bequeathed some of his estate to the University of Oxford.
21. The hospital was named in honour of its principal benefactor.
22. The chieftain of that country is disguised as a benefactor this time.
23. During his short stay in Madeira, he was a great benefactor of the island.
24. Six years earlier, the museum had exhibited the same seventy-five pieces, loaned by the trustee and benefactor.
25. Airline companies have not been known to show much gratitude when suddenly becoming the benefactor of a research proposal.
26. She would represent herself as an angel of light and make her kind master and benefactor a devil incarnate.
27. He then went to look at some property left to the council by a benefactor, an old grain warehouse.
28. And she did not even know the name of the kind benefactor to whom she owed so much.
29. Much effort went into tracing remote family connections abroad on the off chance of identifying a benefactor.
30. He took the cross again in 1307 and was a notable benefactor to the Franciscans and Carthusians of his homeland.
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