[ US /mɝˈækjəɫəs/ ]
[ UK /mɪɹˈækjʊləs/ ]
  1. peculiarly fortunate or appropriate; as if by divine intervention
    a heaven-sent rain saved the crops
    a providential recovery
  2. being or having the character of a miracle
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How To Use miraculous In A Sentence

  • She tapped her umbrella on the setts, calling haughtily for way, and way miraculously appeared. At Swim, Two Boys
  • I looked heavenwards as if hoping for a miraculous infusion of patience and tried hard to conceal my irritation. ABSOLUTE TRUTHS
  • Miraculously, this is one of the paciest, easiest to read novels you could imagine. Times, Sunday Times
  • Transforming the press account, Kelly's own narrative further compresses Kastriot's story of miraculous survival into three stanzas and a shorter envoi which are intended to evoke the traditional folk ballad.
  • It had become clear that he was dying and Frieda took him first to Germany and then to the south of France in search of what could only have been a miraculous cure.
  • I have to applaud Chris for his miraculous, classy turn-around from drug-riddled dope fiend to responsible father and Broadway star.
  • Here was a soft-pedalled, soft-grained performance, miraculous in its level of delicacy attained and avoidance of the precious. Times, Sunday Times
  • She miraculously encountered the prison dungeon and entered to get some answers.
  • It is a hymn to the unanticipated and the miraculous and to the sustaining potential of faith and hope in life itself.
  • In the Finale - to my mind, the most miraculous symphonic movement ever written - Jochum and his Bavarians are supremely moving.
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