Desdemona, providentially finding employment at a Detroit mosque, witnesses the founding of the Nation of Islam.
The Tannese seemed to have given me up for dead; and providentially none of them looked near us for many days.
A relation into which fools are providentially drawn for their mutual destruction.
providentially, however, we came sooner than we expected to some supplies of rain-water in a chain of pools.
providentially, we are all made dependent on one another's good opinion.
It was the reward of his gallantry that his own child should be thus the one to be so providentially saved.
One of his friends at least must be there, and providentially it proved that both were present.
Our Cannon in mistake played on the Town for some time, but providentially no lives were lost thereby.
You are providentially unable to bear the bodily and mental exertion.
All which was providentially ordered to give interest and sublimity to this pathetic history.