- simple past tense and past participle of benefice
beneficed (not comparable)
- (Christianity) Having a benefice
1842, James Fenimore Cooper, The Two Admirals:
- Sir Wycherly was not a hard drinker, like Dutton; but he was a fair drinker, like Mr. Rotherham, and most of the beneficed clergy of that day.
1903, Edited by Professor Arber and Thomas Seccombe, An English Garner:
- I shall now look on them as beneficed, and consider their preaching.