- providence, divine,
- provident club,
- provident society,
Origin of providential
Examples from the Web for providentially
Desdemona, providentially finding employment at a Detroit mosque, witnesses the founding of the Nation of Islam.
But providentially the plan of these terrible foes was made known to the inhabitants of the town through an Iroquois prisoner.The Makers of Canada: Bishop Laval|A. Leblond de Brumath
Providentially she righted, and drove several miles to the southward before her rudder could be again slung.Notable Voyagers|W.H.G. Kingston and Henry Frith
In his opinion, God had providentially sent them there to be converted from sin by the power of his ministry.Prisoner for Blasphemy|G. W. [George William] Foote
1610s, "pertaining to foresifght" (implied in providentially); 1640s as "pertaining to divine providence," from Latin providentia (see providence) + -al (1). Meaning "by divine interposition" is recorded from 1719.