It is a rare and benignant disease, occurring in young men 10 to 25 years old.
Water power was the first to raise hopes that mankind might be eased from severe toil by the benignant help of Nature.
Keloid is a peculiar form of fibroma which, although benignant as regards any general infection, invariably recurs locally after removal.
Of course, marked differences in the evolution of any disease in patients are well-known; for instance, measles, usually considered anywhere as a relatively benignant disease, could, in Africa, involve a tremendous infant mortality, likely generated by intercurrent malaria.
The expression of his face was kind and benignant , and denoted goodness of heart.
I found him kind and benignant in the domestic circle, revered and beloved by all around him, agreeably social, without ostentation.
My wife joined me there, and the visit had a very benignant effect on her.
They were sitting in the long gallery watching with calm benignant eyes the daily performance of sun and earth which had so often been repeated in front of them that they could almost prompt the actors.
She is one of the esteemed ladies of the city, gracious, kind and benignant of character, and a model mother to her family.
Upon this occasion I particularly lamented that he had not that warmth of friendship for his brilliant pupil, which we may suppose would have had a benignant effect on both.