Except in inserting the prayer and the Benedicite, the paraphrast draws only from the canonical part of the book of Daniel.
A rattle of stones in the darkness, and then an old voice muttering "Benedicite!"
Then, according to use, he fell upon his knees with a loud "Benedicite."
Come, my friends, let us have peace, and say our Benedicite.
"Benedicite," said Father Clifford, who never neglected religious etiquette on any occasion.
There came a knock at the door with a "Benedicite," the prior bid the knocker enter.
Benedicite once occurs as a word of five syllables, where Theseus drawls it out to express his wonder, A 1785.
“Benedicite, my little maid, thou art awake,” said Sister Avice.
He greeted the serf with a "Benedicite," and told him that Lisolè had given him the outlines of his story.
Sing about the cattle the Benedicite and some litanies and the Pater Noster.