Benempt

Be*nempt"

(), p. p. of Bename. 1. Promised; vowed. [Obs.] Spenser.
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2. Named; styled. [Archaic] Sir W. Scott.
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Be`ne plac"i*to

(b`n pls"*t; It. b`n pl"ch*t). [It. beneplacito pleasure, fr. L. bene well + placitus pleasing.] 1. At or during pleasure.
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For our English judges there never was . . . any bene placito as their tenure.
F. Harrison.
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2. (Mus.) At pleasure; ad libitum.
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