Definition of to God in English:

to God

Used after a verb to emphasize a strong wish or hope: I hope to God you’ve got something else to put on
More example sentences
  • A sage once said that an Irish atheist is one who wishes to God he could believe in Him.
  • We just hope to God that Pat is found and that his family can have closure, as we have.
  • I spent that last day hoping to God that the landlord would not look up and keep the deposit.
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