un- + benefited
Adjective unbenefited (not comparable) Having received no benefit. (Can we date this quote?) Various, Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, No. CCCXXXVI. October, 1843. Vol. LIV.: The zealous citizens would suspend their avocations for a while, would repeat a reverential prayer as the holy men went by, and then return to the absorbing calls of business, not unbenefited by the recollections just awakened in their minds. 1923, Thomas Hardy, Two on a Tower: Ought a possibly large number, Swithin included, to remain unbenefited because the one individual to whom his release would be an injury chanced to be herself?
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