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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To his legions of fans, Miller's annual ski flick amounted to cinematic manna from heaven — an overdue shot of cold air and deep snow to stoke the fires within winter warriors who had suffered through the long, hot months of snowless summer.
To his legions of fans, Miller's annual ski flick amounted to cinematic manna from heaven -- an overdue shot of cold air and deep snow to stoke the fires within winter warriors who had suffered through the long, hot months of snowless summer.
And yet, for Trump’s opponents, the tweets are like #manna.
Comparisons to Obama are Democratic manna from heaven (if Democrats believe in heaven).
Ohtani is manna from heaven, but the Angels can’t be content with just him.
But the first two are dispatched with the efficiency of a public service announcement, while the latter appears to be nothing that a half a million dollars, in the guise of manna from heaven, can’t fix.
Cranley believes the Children's issue was manna from heaven for his campaign, which was reeling after the primary loss.
On any football team’s success some good luck must fall and for the Cavers that manna arrived in the form of a 6-3, 185-pound wide receiver/quarterback/safety/punter/kick returner, Thomas Marcus, who has been offered a scholarship to Arizona.
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