Definition of 'providence'
Example sentences containing 'Providence'
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Gabriel herself had not had a happy family life, but a merciful providence, as she now saw it, had orphaned her early. COFFIN IN FASHIONThose women would certainly regard his death as an act of providence. A QUESTION OF PRINCIPLE``I trust you're not tempting providence with that remark," he said. MIDNIGHT IS A LONELY PLACE
Translations for 'providence'
British English: providence NOUN
Providence is God, or a force which is believed by some people to arrange the things that happen to us.
These women regard his death as an act of providence.
Definition of providence from the Collins English Dictionary
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