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godsend

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgodsendgod‧send /ˈɡɒdsend $ ˈɡɑːd-/ noun [singular] 🔊 🔊 HELPsomething good that happens to you when you really need itgodsend for/to 🔊 The hot weather has been a godsend for ice-cream sellers.
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godsendA pity, as both would have been a godsend.To a world that was flat, static, agricultural and largely illiterate, those books were, literally, a godsend.The river proves a godsend for the sweaty, sun-dazzled tourist.It was a godsend for the guerrilla gardeners who found the turf easier to strip back.But for one of our biggest industries it's a positive godsend.So his meeting with the coffee broker was pure godsend.The good weather has been a real godsend for construction companies.godsend for/toSo I was something of a godsend for her.The river proves a godsend for the sweaty, sun-dazzled tourist.It was a godsend for the guerrilla gardeners who found the turf easier to strip back.It was a godsend for the women.It was a godsend to news editors.This was an absolute godsend to beginners.The first is fraternal, popular entertainment, and a financial godsend for health care and education.
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