Providential Definition

prŏvĭ-dĕnshəl
adjective
Of, by, or as if decreed by divine providence.
Webster's New World
Happening as if through divine intervention; opportune.
American Heritage
The definition of providential is to seem to come from a divine power.
An example of something providential is choosing the right horse when betting your last $20 at a racetrack; providential bet.
An example of something providential is circumstances leading you to buy your first house when everything seemed to be going against you; providential purchase.
YourDictionary

Fortunate, as if occurring through the intervention of Providence; lucky. [from 18th c.]

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Origin of Providential

  • From Latin prōvidentia (“providence") +"Ž -al.

    From Wiktionary

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