from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
Each cruel, barbarian action is godsent and for both sides.
Getting the real thing can be pricy but if you're on your feet all day they're a godsent - though if you're bold enough to begin wearing stays, expect the usual commentary from family, health workers etc.
Call us cynical, then, when the Bush administration trumpeted what could only be a godsent decline in the destruction of wetlands -- a trend which has worried opponents of rampant development for a generation.
The godsent, spill-proof "sippy-cup" is being linked to speech defects (toddlers sucking the cup's straw rather than graduating to real cups leads to lazy tongues) and cavities (constant sugary liquid intake).
The first was their lead, no more than thirty seconds, over the pursuers; the second was a godsent bend in the scrub-edged track; and the third was the rough mental map of the surrounding territory with which he had thoughtfully forearmed himself on his arrival.
Salvage for the Saint Charteris, Leslie, 1907- 1983
It is obviously not in the least probable that the French secret service will neglect its godsent opportunities.
Jimgrim Mundy, Talbot, 1879-1940 1931
Finding WordPress was like a godsent for me with its simple interface, categories and tags and hit tracking which was something Xanga never had.
Anime Nano! 2009
Getting rid of stupid clients would be godsent for any admin in the world.
Slashdot: Developers 2009
I have the godsent food of birds and an olive tree beyond the ken of time.
Graphic Therapy (also enjoyable on sunny weekends, should you live somewhere there is one) is up, filled with quirky details about wedding hook-ups, party-throwing mice, and godsent porta-potties.