What is another word for beneficed?

Pronunciation: [bˈɛnɪfɪst] (IPA)

Beneficed is a term used to describe someone who holds a benefice, which refers to a church living that provides a stipend or salary to a member of the clergy. Synonyms for beneficed include words like appointed, elected, installed, instituted, ordained, and commissioned. These words all suggest a role in an organization or an official position, such as a religious leader or a government official. Other synonyms for beneficed might include terms like endowed, subsidized, or supported, which suggest the provision of financial resources to sustain such a role. In any case, beneficed describes a specific type of position that carries with it certain rights and responsibilities.

What are the hypernyms for Beneficed?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for beneficed?

Beneficed refers to the granting of a benefice or church living to a member of the clergy. The antonyms of beneficed are deprived, destitute, and impoverished. Deprived means lacking the necessities of life, destitute means lacking basic necessities like food, shelter, and clothing, and impoverished means very poor. These words indicate the complete opposite of having a benefice; they imply a lack of support, inadequate resources, and the absence of financial resources. Words like denied, refused, and rejected could also be considered antonyms of beneficed as they suggest a denial or refusal to grant a benefice.

What are the antonyms for Beneficed?

Usage examples for Beneficed

Here was an opportunity which our friend could not forego; and Rivington witnessed the unwonted spectacle of a beneficed clergyman of the Church of England solemnly swarming up his own steeple and making fast the vane 'under circumstances of terror which made the workmen recoil from the task, and the gazing rustics turn sick with horror at the sight!
"Climbing in The British Isles. Vol. 1 - England"
W. P. Haskett Smith
C. Voysey and Thomas Scott, for whom she wrote an Essay on the Deity of Jesus of Nazareth, "by the wife of a beneficed clergyman."
"A Biographical Dictionary of Freethinkers of All Ages and Nations"
Joseph Mazzini Wheeler
"Poor as I am," said Mr. Twemlow, now consulting with her, "and poor as every beneficed clergyman must be, if this war returns, I would rather have lost a hundred pounds than have heard what you tell me, Maria."
"Springhaven A Tale of the Great War"
R. D. Blackmore

Famous quotes with Beneficed

  • There is a species of person called a 'Modern Churchman' who draws the full salary of a beneficed clergyman and need not commit himself to any religious belief.
    Evelyn Waugh
  • There is a species of person called a 'Modern Churchman' who draws the full salary of a beneficed clergyman and need not commit himself to any religious belief
    Evelyn Waugh
  • Shall we say, for example, that Science and Art are indebted principally to the founders of Schools and Universities? Did not Science originate rather, and gain advancement, in the obscure closets of the Roger Bacons, Keplers, Newtons; in the workshops of the Fausts and the Watts; wherever, and in what guise soever Nature, from the first times downwards, had sent a gifted spirit upon the earth? Again, were Homer and Shakspeare members of any beneficed guild, or made Poets by means of it? Were Painting and Sculpture created by forethought, brought into the world by institutions for that end? No; Science and Art have, from first to last, been the free gift of Nature; an unsolicited, unexpected gift; often even a fatal one.
    Thomas Carlyle

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