[ UK /hˈɛvən/ ]
[ US /ˈhɛvən/ ]
  1. the abode of God and the angels
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How To Use Heaven In A Sentence

  • I do not of course mean, Heaven forbid! that people should try to converse seriously; that results in the worst kind of dreariness, in feeling, as Stevenson said, that one has the brain of a sheep and the eyes of a boiled codfish. From a College Window
  • If a jewel falls into the mire, it remains as precious as before; and though dust should ascend to heaven, its former worthlessness will not be altered. 
  • In heaven the seraphim criticize the cherubim, who look down on the thrones: the original bureaucracy. YESTERDAY'S SHADOW
  • Some great new players and the captainship of Catty lifting the team no end, thank heavens. RIP Fatboy, Blogger TV & stuff
  • Not one bum track on this album and I was in heaven playing it.
  • On a warm day, heaven is a bottle of chilled wine, a plate of seafood, and a table with a view.
  • I looked heavenwards as if hoping for a miraculous infusion of patience and tried hard to conceal my irritation. ABSOLUTE TRUTHS
  • She is anything but a twitterer, though - it is the warmth of the voice that makes it truly heavenly.
  • According to my teachers, only Catholics who kept the commandments had a real shot at Heaven.
  • Her eyes missed nothing; her dainty close-set ears heard all -- the short, dry note of a chewink, the sweet, wholesome song of the cardinal, the thrilling cries of native jays and woodpeckers, the heavenly outpoured melody of the Florida wren, perched on some tiptop stem, throat swelling under the long, delicate, upturned bill. The Firing Line
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