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  1. peculiarly fortunate or appropriate; as if by divine intervention
    a heaven-sent rain saved the crops
    a providential recovery
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How To Use heaven-sent In A Sentence

  • When soaking her in mud fails, and when her hands drive him away -- an event punctuated by heaven-sent lightning -- he insists that father chop off her hands. Leo Stutzin: 'Wild Bride' At The Berkeley Rep: Serious Enchantment
  • But faced with this heaven-sent opportunity, she was ready to throw caution to the winds. MR GOLIGHTLY'S HOLIDAY
  • But if you're not yet sure what makes you tick, then you've got a heaven-sent opportunity to test yourself against a whole range of challenges, people and places.
  • One heaven-sent pitch was six whole days long, the rest only three or four. THE TARTAN RINGERS
  • And why didn't any of your recent career-reviews by the big-name analysts of the game even mention the innumerable times you squandered a heaven-sent opportunity to carry India to victory?
  • But if Qualcomm is unable to sort out its license mess, it would be as if Reliance got a heaven-sent monopoly in these two markets. India's Telco Battle Pits Ambani Against Mittal
  • A quick survey through the collected correspondence showed that most of the women involved were under the impression that Richard Whatever was their heaven-sent soul mate. Fatal Error
  • It will be a heaven-sent opportunity to prove himself.
  • The web is a heaven-sent tool for researching one's ancestors.
  • The West Cross Centre developers appear to have given a heaven-sent present to graffiti vandals living near to PC World on the Great West Road in Brentford.
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