Barack Obama has filled his administration with former Clintonites—and thank goodness.
Obama did not answer their right-wing nonsense with left-wing nonsense, thank goodness.
thank goodness, my Chinese-born husband got citizenship years ago.
So thank goodness for documentary filmmaker Robert Greenwald, a latter-day saint in my book.
Enforcement of U.S Code, Title VII, Chapter 25A “Export Standards for Grapes and Plums” remains fully funded, thank goodness.
"thank goodness I'm not always bothered by that dreadful speaking voice inside me that you seem to have got," said Kathleen.
thank goodness and Mrs. Gray, there are no carpets to be laid.
"thank goodness we are together again, even if we are prisoners," sighed the little girl.
But thank goodness out of Fayoum dust, and in desert sand for lunch!
He drives me past patience almost at times; but I say to myself, 'thank goodness, it won't last.'
Old English þancian "to give thanks," from Proto-Germanic *thankojan (cf. Old Saxon thancon, Old Norse þakka, Danish takke, Old Frisian thankia, Middle Dutch, German danken "to thank"), from *thankoz "thought, gratitude," from PIE root *tong- "to think, feel." For sense evolution, cf. related Old English noun þanc, þonc, originally "thought," but by c.1000 "good thoughts, gratitude." The whole group is from the same root as think (q.v.). In ironical use, "to blame," from 1550s. To thank (someone) for nothing is recorded from 1703. Related: Thanked; thanking.