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divine intervention

noun as in deus ex machina

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In what he saw as divine intervention, a gap opened in the crowd and the car gunned through it.

Lottie believed, as an Orthodox Jew, that the next thing that happened was divine intervention.

This was not the outcome of a divine intervention or mysterious “hidden powers,” as Peres puts it.

Whether it will be able to save face this time may depend on divine intervention, or at least a better accountant.

Again we must see what this divine intervention means; Pallas is in him as well as outside of him.

Ailred came, collected all possible evidence, and was convinced that there had been divine intervention on the girls behalf.

Instead, we have his mother almost repudiated and left in disgrace by Joseph and only saved by divine intervention.

His appointment took place by a Divine intervention, in which the ordinary sequence of events was broken through.

So you see that I had really arrived at the point of view of accepting the theory of a divine intervention in my favor.


On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to divine intervention, such as: contrivance, device, gimmick, god in the machine, and happy coincidence.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.