Definition of Providentially

1. Adverb. In a fortunately providential manner. "Providentially the weather remained good"

Partainyms: Providential

2. Adverb. In a providential manner; as determined by providence. "His providentially destined role"
Partainyms: Providential

3. Adverb. In a prudent manner. "I had allotted my own bedroom for necking, prudently removing both the bed and the key, and taken both myself and my typewriter into my son's bedroom."
Exact synonyms: Prudently
Antonyms: Imprudently
Partainyms: Prudent

Definition of Providentially

1. Adverb. In a providential manner. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Providentially

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Providentially

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providentially (current term)
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provincehood

Literary usage of Providentially

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1. The Life of the Rev. Robert R. Roberts: One of the Bishops of the Methodist by Charles Elliott (1844)
"Mr. Wesley was providentially, Scripturally and ecclesiastically called to ... He was providentially called to this work, as the father and builder up of ..."

2. The Rebellion Record: A Diary of American Events, with Documents, Narratives by Frank Moore, Edward Everett (1866)
"providentially, they were ignorant of their success, or themselves too much damaged to advance. The Twentieth North Carolina, of this brigade, under Colonel ..."

3. Memoirs, Official and Personal: With Sketches of Travels Among the Northern by Thomas Loraine McKenney (1846)
"Rapid settlement of the country—The Plymouth colony—providentially preserved from destruction—Story of Samoset and Squanto—Interview and treaty with ..."

4. Personal Recollections of the American Revolution: A Private Journal by Lydia Minturn Post (1859)
"... but they did not return, and I cannot help believing that they were providentially deterred from so doing. T HAVE to-day to record deeds of horror, ..."

5. A Biographical Dictionary of Eminent Scotsmen by Robert Chambers, Thomas Thomson (1870)
"The article in chief request was bark, but scarcely any of this powerful remedy remained. providentially an American vessel which had arrived with a large ..."

6. A History of the Whig Party: Or Some of Its Main Features; with a Hurried by Robert McKinley Ormsby (1860)
"HIS PART IN THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE AMERICAN CONSTITUTIONS. THE providentially FORTUNATE CONCURRENCE OF EVENTS THAT FAVORED THE FREEDOM OF AMERICA, ..."

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