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Words nearby Benton
Example sentences from the Web for Benton
Looking to turn back the tide or at least hold it back for one more election, Clinton will stump in Benton County next week.
By 2012, with its population doubled, Benton County voted 69 percent for Mitt Romney.
So far, there is no evidence that Benton dealt directly with the disgraced legislator.
The campaign blew it off by releasing a picture of Benton holding his nose while standing next to a smiling McConnell.
“The teller told me my account had been closed and do I want to see a banker,” says Benton.
"To find out who they are is what is going to worry us," added Benton.The Slayer Of souls|Robert Chambers
The Benton Mausoleum was warm in the sunset, and the rose sprays lay, like outstretched arms, across the tiny grave.The Confession|Mary Roberts Rinehart
Benton was not his real name, and he was not a graduate of any American college.Ray's Daughter|Charles King
Another puff from the Beauregard, and the shot fell near the Benton.The Boys of '61|Charles Carleton Coffin.
Mr. Benton then read the two sections of the two acts of George IV.Thirty Years' View (Vol. II of 2)|Thomas Hart Benton
British Dictionary definitions for Benton
Idioms and Phrases with Benton
Also, bent upon. Determined, resolved, as in Jamie is bent on winning the math prize. This phrase, first recorded in 1762, always uses the past participle of the verb bend in the sense of “tend toward.”