[ UK /mˈɪɹəkə‍l/ ]
[ US /ˈmɪɹəkəɫ/ ]
  1. a marvellous event manifesting a supernatural act of a divine agent
  2. any amazing or wonderful occurrence
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How To Use miracle In A Sentence

  • He can still credit marvels, the little miracles and epiphanies that rise out of our daily lives.
  • A small miracle after the endless hiding.
  • They were the most terrifying months our family could live with, but the doctors pulled off a miracle. Times, Sunday Times
  • We would have still needed a minor miracle to get through. The Sun
  • It is the time to witness the miracle.
  • Miracle recovery, hit me like a ton of bricks and then it was over in nothing flat, blah blah blah.
  • The original Aryan gods were not expected to work miracles or control men's lives.
  • By some miracle all three aircraft landed safely and by an even greater miracle none of the three pilots were wounded.
  • Our ability to stress over trivial cultural issues while ignoring the extermination of the environment will make medieval peasants believing in miracles seem as reasonable as Einstein.
  • Dad gave the miracle drug to everyone in the family because he had friends in the company that was developing it.
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