1. the quality of being kind and gentle
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How To Use benignancy In A Sentence

  • There was a benignancy, a sweetness of demeanor, which attracted them to him, and while his name may not be sounded in the trump of fame, yet the subtile power of his gentleness and goodness has permeated many lives, will shape many destinies, and will have a force in the history of the world greater than that which will be exerted by many who will succeed him here. Memorial Addresses on the Life and Character of William H. F. Lee (A Representative from Virginia) Delivered in the House of Representatives and in the Senate, Fifty-Second Congress, First Session
  • He had a slight swagger, balanced by a certain benignancy. The Planet Strappers
  • When the Confederate armies are scattered; when their leaders are banished from power; when the people return to a late repentant sense of the wrong they have done to a government they never felt but in benignancy and blessing, —then the Constitution made for all will be felt by all, like the descending rains from heaven which bless all alike. His Reply to Breckenridge
  • She bore a striking resemblance to him and had inherited his handsome features a thousandfold, albeit her eyes were different, being large, brown, and wide apart; from them beamed a sweetness, a benignancy, and tenderness that, to the impressionable Farrel, bespoke mental as well as physical beauty. The Pride of Palomar
  • Under their benignancy no loss could befall, no fate miscarry -- for in his last thought he felt his vision opened, for the moment, to perceive a fine tracery of fate. The Gentleman from Indiana
  • For decision support, other kinds of likelihood of malignancy or benignancy and retrieval based on similar other breast images were constructed.
  • A trained SVM and one expert chest radiologist classified 136 cases to benignancy and malignancy.
  • When I had ended he was looking at me with a benignancy that I had never seen before upon his face. Jacqueline of Golden River
  • He has a broad benignant brow, like Benjamin Franklin's; but his brooding eyes, golden, unfathomable, deny benignancy. Americans and Others
  • Malignancy or benignancy was established if patients had definitive pathology of the lesion in question.
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