masc. proper name, from Hebrew ebhen ezar "stone of help," from ebhen "stone" + ezer "help." Sometimes also the name of a Protestant chapel or meeting house, from name of a stone raised by Samuel to commemorate a divinely aided victory over the Philistines at Mizpeh (I Sam. vii:12),
1. New towns movement in Britain is originated from Ebenezer Howard's Garden City.
2. My boys ! No more work tonight. Christmas Eve, Dick. Christmas, Ebenezer.
“小兄弟们! 今晚工作到此为止,现在是圣诞夜, 迪克. 圣诞节到了, 伊本芮塞. ”
3. Ebenezer found himself in his bedroom.
4. After the Philistines had captured the ark of God, they took it from Ebenezer to Ashdod.
5. Formally registered as the " Ebenezer School and Home for the Blind " under the Education Ordinance.