- given by, or coming directly from, God: the God-given laws.
- welcome; propitious; opportune.
Origin of God-given
First recorded in 1790–1800
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Examples from the Web for god-given
And this, in turn, reinforced the religious vision of a God-given binary.Intersexuality and God Through the Ages
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In America, we reserve our God-given right to be god-awful wrong.Kim Jong-un Wants a New Doppler 2000
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It turns a god-given right into a government-given privilege.Of Course the Gun Lobby Is Pouncing on Ukraine to Push Their Pet Cause
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Brooks: Lacking work in television, I had to find another outlet for my God-given brilliance.Mel Brooks Is Always Funny and Often Wise in This 1975 Playboy Interview
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There are several other causes of pinkness though our God-given presence of a second eye often helps limit the possibilities.Everything You Wanted To Know About Bob Costas’s Olympic Pinkeye
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And with that came another God-given thought of self-accusing.Weighed and Wanting
Consequently the expression of a freeman's will is as God-given as his right to be free.
Where results seemed inevitable, it dared not claim them as God-given.Evolution in Modern Thought
What was right—what wrong, but what our own God-given judgment told us?All Roads Lead to Calvary
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Therefore rights can never be "natural" or "God-given," or absolute in any sense.Folkways
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