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social security payments

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profit from

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  • profit from
  • make the most of
  • gain from
  • do well out of
  • reap benefits from
  • turn to your advantage

help

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Synonyms for benefit

something beneficial

something that contributes to or increases one's well-being

the quality of being suitable or adaptable to an end

to be an advantage to

to derive advantage

Synonyms for benefit

something that aids or promotes well-being

a performance to raise money for a charitable cause

be beneficial for

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Bercaw also gave much more benefit of the doubt to Schook, a CPA and certified fraud examiner, than Schook had extended to Sharp, who has a degree in English.
The benefit of the doubt is not with the batter at the moment, which is quite sad.
THE Labour Party is denying that the burns services are to be downgraded, so I gave them the benefit of the doubt.
Yes, our own teams benefit from luck or ref misses, but the benefits of having replays will do the rest of the league more good than the top four who seem always to get the benefit of the doubt.
We're going to give Vibskov the benefit of the doubt on this one because the spiky beard print he designed is zig-zagged genius.
And there was me willing to give this dumb blonde the benefit of the doubt.
She added that children whose ages are under dispute should be given the benefit of the doubt.
So I will try to count to 10 and give them the benefit of the doubt.
Give your boyfriend the benefit of the doubt, but keep an eye on his actions--which speak louder than words.
Vets are often forced into getting a lawyer when the VA refuses to give them the benefit of the doubt regarding issues like date of injury/claim reported to the VA.
To give him the benefit of the doubt, it may be that Mr Bradbourne has not entirely understood what a city region would do or the important strategic role it would play.
Now, prudent D&O underwriters may no longer be in a position to give companies the benefit of the doubt.
To give Shyamalan a huge benefit of the doubt, there does seem to be some satiric point made here about the gullibility of crowds who desperately want to believe in something, whether it's magic, or a filmmaker who can always take us to a surprising, satisfying place.
He could have given Robbie the benefit of the doubt, but he doesn't get the benefit of the doubt very often.
Please parents, give the teacher the benefit of the doubt.