Many readers understood all manner of news in providential terms.
He attended financially to all his children and saw to it that they had providential opportunities.
Blago is a providential wrongdoer to maintain the Orwellian hate.
To return to his present day, his flux capacitor needed a providential shaft of lightning.
Call it providential, but it is exactly the kind of role with which Anne Heche identifies.
I could not rest one instant, even for thanksgiving, until I knew to what providential circumstance I owed my safety.
He had himself been converted by what might well be considered a providential circumstance.
Now the matter was serious enough, as we had only one axe, and we felt that we had had a most providential escape.
It was hard for me to get into the saddle, and it has always seemed to me providential that I could do so at all.
But the providential landing came, the party falling into the embrace of a fruit tree in an orchard.