godsend


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Synonyms for godsend

Synonyms for godsend

a sudden happening that brings good fortune (as a sudden opportunity to make money)

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Godsend is a spine-chilling horror about the death of an eight-year-old boy and the consequences that follow when he is genetically cloned and 're-born'.
The ability to have the process model developed by an objective analysis tool is a godsend for engineers.
The controversial stem cell research themed Godsend debuted at #2.
And although they can't open regional offices everywhere yet, Bratsafolis explained how the Internet has become a godsend for Homebridge.
You might not have any interest in learning Japanese, but if you do, an electronic dictionary is an absolute godsend.
There are seats on both sides of the street, a godsend to people who have difficulty in walking.
For those of us who still believe in old-fashioned values and the freedoms that make this country great, your magazine is a Godsend.
Prescription anti-inflammatory medications have been chemically modified to reduce stomach irritation, making them a godsend for dancers with premature arthritis, Joy says.
But he says that while vacationing on a beach, he realized that the layer might be a godsend.
The use of the building was a godsend, plus it allowed our soldiers to carry out their mission in the shade rather than the hot sun.
O'Neill's appointment has been a godsend for macro-oriented financial market analysts, if simply because of the constant sense of uncertainty he creates about U.
WHEN THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART bestowed the title of adjunct curator on Paulo Herkenhoff in May, many reacted to the Brazilian's appointment as a godsend.
I am still legally prohibited from discussing where we went and what we did, which is why I will be forever grateful for the book Blind Man's Bluff It is a godsend for veteran submariners who have had to explain away long absences from their families with the simple euphemism "special operations.
If you're running a company whose stock is dead in the water, this is a godsend," says Hecht.