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Under circumstances that might be regarded as providential, Thomas Hutchinson was at last unmasked.
God was in all things, and all things in God; but there was no idea of providential agency or of personality.
The people worshipped no supreme creator, no providential governor, no ultimate judge of human actions.
Every one seemed at once to turn to Inga, as though recognizing a providential authority.
THE WOMAN GIVESOWEN JOHNSON
The coming of the girl, Maggie, though a strange coincidence, Ruth looked upon as providential.
RUTH FIELDING AT COLLEGEALICE B. EMERSON
The Liberal dissensions and the belated but by no means contemptible Socialist candidate were providential interpositions.
THE NEW MACHIAVELLIHERBERT GEORGE WELLS
Thanks are thus expressed for success in hunting, for triumphs in war, and for ordinary providential cares.
THE INDIAN IN HIS WIGWAMHENRY R. SCHOOLCRAFT
Like a skillful politician, Qocavib took advantage of this occurrence so providential for him.
It was providential that they were not subdued,--that they became the leading race in Northern Europe.
This, from him, so unexpectedly apposite, had the effect upon her of a Providential interposition.

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