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How to spell BENIMMENT correctly?

If you've mistakenly typed "Benimment", don't fret! Here are a few plausible suggestions: "Benevolent", meaning well-meaning or kind-hearted; "Benign", referring to something harmless; "Benefit", denoting advantage or profit; "Benjamin", a popular given name. Double-check your intended meaning and choose the correct alternative in order to accurately convey your message.

List of suggestions on how to spell Benimment correctly

  • Banishment After causing a major disruption in the courtroom, the judge ordered the defendant's immediate banishment from the premises.
  • Bedimmed The room was bedimmed by the thick curtains, casting a dim and mysterious atmosphere.
  • Bedimming The thick fog outside was bedimming the city skyline.
  • Benignant The teacher's benignant smile always made her students feel at ease.
  • Devilment The mischievous children were up to some devilment, drawing on the walls and hiding their parent's keys.
  • Lenient The judge was lenient with the first-time offender and gave him a lighter sentence.
  • Liniment I applied liniment to my sore muscles after a long day of exercise.
  • Pediment The Greek temple featured an elaborately carved pediment depicting scenes from ancient mythology.
  • Penitent The penitent prisoner stood before the judge, regretting the actions that led to his incarceration.
  • Regiment The soldiers woke up at dawn to begin their rigorous training with the military regiment.
  • Sediment The river carries sediment downstream, depositing it on the riverbed.
  • Sentiment The sentiment of the crowd quickly shifted from excitement to disappointment as the team lost the championship game.
  • Tenement The old tenement building was dilapidated and overcrowded.

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