Examples of manna in a Sentence
Your generous gift was manna from heaven.
the announcement that there would be a sequel was manna to the many fans of the original movie
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Doesn’t a big star at a prime position drop out of the sky like manna from heaven and change fortunes for years?
Believers say his remains produce a liquid called manna, said to have healing powers.
In fields where new data rarely comes to light, the Scrolls have seemed to be manna from heaven.
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Joel Berry II, playing on a tender ankle, needed 19 shots to score 22 points, and his three 3-pointers — Carolina was 4-for-27 on treys — were manna from heaven.
For Kelly Rudolph, senior publicity director for Custom House, a new imprint of William Morrow, the insulting post was manna from heaven.
Not all the old folks have died off yet, and even among the young there are a few iconoclasts who reject this technological manna from heaven.
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Origin and Etymology of manna
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
Synonymsdelectation, feast, gas [slang], joy, kick, delight, pleasure, treat
Antonymsaffliction, bane, curse, evil, plague, scourge
Related Wordsamusement, diversion, entertainment, fun, recreation; comfort, relief, solace; gratification, indulgence; ambrosia
Near Antonymshex, hoodoo, jinx; bother, irritant, nuisance, pest; disadvantage; cross, misery, trial, tribulation
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