heavenly days

heavenly days

A mild oath of surprise, exasperation, annoyance, frustration, or anger. Oh, heavenly days! I haven't seen you in years! Heavenly days, would you let me finish my story? Oh heavenly days, I just had the car fixed and now you've put a dent in it!
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heavenly days

An exclamation similar to for heaven's sake. See under for one's sake, def. 3.
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References in classic literature ?
Some heavenly days must have been intercalated somewhere, like those that Hermes won with dice of the Moon, that Osiris might be born.
And the whole of that heavenly day of my life and the whole of that evening I passed in fleeting dreams of how I would arrange it all, and how I would dress all the children, and how I should give her rest, and how I should rescue my own daughter from dishonour and restore her to the bosom of her family.
The offer also includes two free glasses of red wine at The Lobster Grille oceanfront restaurant, two free White Russian cocktails at Iggies Beach Bar & Grill, and a free sunset sail aboard BolongoOs 53-foot catamaran Heavenly Days (a $110 value).
He said: "My mum is American and at university she was in a band called the Heavenly Days Quartet.
We have a show, Heavenly Days, running now through Labor Day," he said in early August.
The five-night offer features 40 percent off published rates, plus an in-room welcome gift, a beach vow renewal ceremony with officiant, tropical flower bouquet, a requested processional song and personal wedding specialist, a post-ceremony champagne toast for two, a personalized vow renewal certificate and a Sunset Harbor Cocktail Cruise aboard BolongoOs catamaran, Heavenly Days.