benison (Meaning)

Wordnet

benison (n)

a spoken blessing

Webster

benison (n.)

Blessing; beatitude; benediction.

benison Sentence Examples

  1. The elderly woman bestowed a benison upon her grandchildren, wishing them happiness and prosperity.
  2. The priest offered a benison to the congregation, blessing them with peace and love.
  3. The knight received a benison from the archbishop before embarking on his perilous quest.
  4. The weary traveler asked for a benison from a passing monk to ensure his safe journey.
  5. The parents of the newborn received a benison from the midwife, hoping for their child's health and well-being.
  6. The doctor gave a benison to the patient, offering hope and comfort during their illness.
  7. The teacher bestowed a benison upon her students, encouraging them to strive for knowledge and wisdom.
  8. The charitable organization received a benison from the community, recognizing their selfless work.
  9. The newly elected mayor gave a benison to the citizens, promising to serve them with integrity and dedication.
  10. The soldiers prayed for a benison from God before entering the battle, seeking protection and victory.

FAQs About the word benison

a spoken blessingBlessing; beatitude; benediction.

benediction, prayer,blessing,petition, laying on of hands, plea, grace, orison, sanctification, invocation

curse, curse, anathema, anathema, malediction, execration, imprecation,malediction, imprecation, execration

The elderly woman bestowed a benison upon her grandchildren, wishing them happiness and prosperity.

The priest offered a benison to the congregation, blessing them with peace and love.

The knight received a benison from the archbishop before embarking on his perilous quest.

The weary traveler asked for a benison from a passing monk to ensure his safe journey.