Benefit and Legacy

Benefit

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Benefit noun – A thing that helps.
Legacy and benefit are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Legacy" instead a noun "Benefit".
Nearby Words: beneficial, benefaction, beneficent, benefited, beneficence
Synonyms for Benefit

Legacy

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Legacy noun – Something that is or may be inherited.
Benefit and legacy are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Benefit" instead a noun "Legacy".
Synonyms for Legacy

How words are described

positive positive benefit positive legacy
great great benefit great legacy
huge huge benefit huge legacy
main main benefit main legacy
Other adjectives: interesting, personal, major, political, greater, different, magical, underrated.

Both words in one sentence

  • Franchise / Green Lantern To say that the Humans from Earth are nothing more than savage brutes is to ignore their legacy of heroism, their ability to overcome, and their absolute willingness to die for the benefit of others.
  • Classic Villain A Wicked Stepfather obsessed with continuing his legacy, Vidal does not care for others and only uses them as tools for his own benefit.
  • Remembering the help you received, you may be the source of a legacy or donation to benefit others.
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