Adjective(1) not dangerous to health; not recurrent or progressive (especially of a tumor(2) pleasant and beneficial in nature or influence(3) kindness of disposition or manner
(1) Jersey's benign climate and free-draining sandy soil provide the ideal environment for over 80 species of lavender.(2) It is said that due to its benign climate, the best tenors have always come from Italy.(3) What makes an otherwise gentle and benign guy like him speak so callously and cruelly of 950 deaths?(4) The specimens for histologic diagnoses in these groups were obtained by hysterectomies performed to treat other benign diseases.(5) So I suppose the only point I am making is that the reader should not, in my opinion, mistake this kindly and benign country for the real thing.(6) Patients with prostate cancer tend to have lower free-total ratios than do patients with benign disease.(7) Following up the placebo arm of a randomised trial can be a good way of tracking the course of benign diseases.(8) The winter freeze and spring thaw climatic conditions are also not typical of Australia's relatively benign climate.(9) Isolated atrial and ventricular ectopic beats in pregnant women without existing heart disease are usually benign .(10) And any benign thoughts my party may have harboured evaporated when our scheduled, relatively short sail took more than four hours to complete.(11) Levels exceeding 10 ng per mL are rarely due to benign disease.(12) He relaxed his pace, removed the look of appraisal and curious scrutiny from his face and replaced it with one of nonchalant friendliness and benign interest.(13) His eyes twinkle in that benign manner that makes me feel like I'm at a candy shop, talking to the old shop keeper.(14) Fever may be a marker of sepsis, localized infection, occult bacteremia, or benign illness.(15) The open eye, which had been fairly benign and friendly up until then, narrowed slightly into a bit of a glare.(16) At home, his bond with his stepfather contributed to his benign and affectionate feelings toward men.
(1) benign tumor :: варам неку
1. kindly ::
2. temperate ::
3. harmless ::
4. benignant ::
1. adverse ::
2. bad ::
3. baleful ::
4. dangerous ::
5. deleterious ::
6. evil ::
7. ill ::
8. injurious ::
9. mischievous ::
10. noxious ::
11. pernicious ::
12. wicked ::
Different Formsbenign, benignly
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