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to make sacred by a religious rite

Synonyms for bless

confer prosperity or happiness on

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make the sign of the cross over someone in order to call on God for protection

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render holy by means of religious rites

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'I see this development as a blessing in disguise. At least I can now move on and focus on UE,' Vicente said.
MASON: my ban could turn out to be a blessing in disguise
"At the time I was pretty devastated but, looking back on it, it was a blessing in disguise," said Williams.
Overall, the system will eventually find the right efficiencies and the inability of government to fully understand world trade may be a blessing in disguise.
"Sometimes an initial offer that doesn't materialize is a blessing in disguise," said Mr.
Couple say quitting proved to be a blessing in disguise
When her bus crashes in North Dakota, it is a blessing in disguise, because two young men who are to become the center of her life come to the rescue.
US Open champ Campbell admitted that Thursday's wash-out had been 'a blessing in disguise.'
He said: "Losing to Arthur in 2003 was a blessing in disguise. I'd won all 18 of my fights until then but that was a reminder I wasn't as good as I thought I was."
But this near-tragedy may have been a blessing in disguise.
The Bali nightclub bombings were a blessing in disguise because they let Indonesia prove it was serious about tackling terrorism, the country's police chief said yesterday.
The Pontarddulais-born fullback thinks her omission from the national squad has been a blessing in disguise as she prepares for the British Open Championships at Crystal Palace this weekend.
However, winning trainer Michael Madgwick felt that was a blessing in disguise as the filly does not like being hit.
(Watts, 1990), and A Blessing in Disguise (Delacorte, 1995).