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heaven British & World English

A place regarded in various religions as the abode of God (or the gods) and the angels, and of the good after death, often traditionally depicted as being above the sky

heaven English Thesaurus

those who practised good deeds would receive the reward of a place in heaven

heaven New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

capital when equivalent to God or the gods; lower case as a place, in phrases, and in sense ‘state of bliss’

God forbid British & World English

Used to express a fervent wish that something does not happen

Heaven in heaven British & World English

A place regarded in various religions as the abode of God (or the gods) and the angels, and of the good after death, often traditionally depicted as being above the sky

God knows British & World English

Used to emphasize that one does not know something

heaven-sent British & World English

Occurring at a very favourable time; very opportune

hog heaven British & World English

A place or condition of foolish or idle bliss

heaven-sent English Thesaurus

she was so afraid of losing this heaven-sent opportunity

Heaven forfend British & World English

Used to express dismay or horror at the thought of something happening

tree of heaven British & World English

A tall, fast-growing Chinese tree, widely cultivated as an ornamental and shade tree

in seventh heaven British & World English

Very happy; ecstatic

pennies from heaven British & World English

Unexpected benefits, especially financial ones

stink to high heaven British & World English

Have a very strong and unpleasant odour

ascend to/into heaven in ascend British & World English

(Of a spiritual being or soul) go to heaven

for God's in sake1 British & World English

Used to express impatience, annoyance, urgency, or desperation

God knows in know British & World English

Used to emphasize that one does not know something

move heaven and earth to do something British & World English

Make extraordinary efforts to do a specified thing

God forbid in forbid British & World English

Used to express a fervent wish that something does not happen

Heaven forfend in forfend British & World English

Used to express dismay or horror at the thought of something happening

midheaven British & World English

(On an astrological chart) the point where the ecliptic intersects the meridian

pennies from heaven in penny British & World English

Unexpected benefits, especially financial ones

stink to high heaven in heaven British & World English

Have a very strong and unpleasant odour

Heaven or God forfend in forfend British & World English

Used to express dismay or horror at the thought of something happening

move heaven and earth to do something in heaven British & World English

Make extraordinary efforts to do a specified thing

stink or smell to high heaven in heaven British & World English

Have a very strong and unpleasant odour

move heaven and earth in heaven English Thesaurus

if he had truly loved her he would have moved heaven and earth to get her back