We never picketed funerals or held signs declaring “thank god for AIDS.”
thank god: Pope Benedict is still making footwear waves three months after the end of his papacy.
thank god Missouri Congressman Todd Akin saved the Christian homeschooler and grandmother of eight from such a radical future.
"From my personal point of view, thank god I have a very strong practice," Umansky said over the phone.
And thank god for it, since the problem is that public opinion was wrong.
"thank god I have got in to-night," came involuntarily from several lips.
It is easy to put them; it is not so easy to say: 'thank god, we cannot answer them yet!'
Christianity, thank god, is coming to be more and more practical in its aspect and work.
But my weak strength was overcome, and I was lifted—aye, thank god!
But we, thank god, have no need to recognize his genius in order to hide our shame.
Old English þancian "to give thanks," from Proto-Germanic *thankojan (cf. Old Saxon thancon, Old Norse þakka, Danish takke, Old Frisian thankia, Middle Dutch, German danken "to thank"), from *thankoz "thought, gratitude," from PIE root *tong- "to think, feel." For sense evolution, cf. related Old English noun þanc, þonc, originally "thought," but by c.1000 "good thoughts, gratitude." The whole group is from the same root as think (q.v.). In ironical use, "to blame," from 1550s. To thank (someone) for nothing is recorded from 1703. Related: Thanked; thanking.