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godsent

[ god-sent ]
/ ˈgɒdˌsɛnt /
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adjective

sent by God or as if by God: a godsent rain.

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Origin of godsent

1150–1200; Middle English; God + sent1
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Example sentences from the Web for godsent

  • No being in the world had such anointing from above, such Godsent powers, as He who is just back from the Jordan.

    A Layman's Life of Jesus|Samuel H. M. Byers
  • Verily, the faculty of memory is a godsent gift, a boon of solitary hours.

    A Japanese Boy|Shigemi Shiukichi
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