kingdom come
noun Etymology: from the phrase “Thy kingdom come” (Matthew 6:10) Date: 1785 the next world ; heaven

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  • kingdom come — [< “Thy kingdom come,” in the LORD S PRAYER] the hereafter; heaven …   English World dictionary

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  • Kingdom Come — Эта статья  о хэви метал группе Kingdom Come. О группе жанра прогрессивный рок см. Arthur Brown’s Kingdom Come. Стиль этой статьи неэнциклопедичен или нарушает нормы русского языка. Статью следует исправить согласно… …   Википедия

  • kingdom come — noun 1. the next world he nearly blew us to kingdom come • Hypernyms: ↑afterlife, ↑hereafter 2. the end of time you can wet the bed till kingdom come, for all I care • Hypernyms: ↑future, ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • Kingdom Come — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Kingdom Come est une mini série de 4 épisodes scénarisée par Mark Waid et dessinée par Alex Ross publiée en 1996 sous le label Elseworlds de DC Comics. Le …   Wikipédia en Français

  • kingdom come — 1. the next world; the hereafter; heaven. 2. Informal. a place or future time seemingly very remote: You could keep it up till kingdom come. [1775 85; extracted from the phrase Thy kingdom come in the Lord s Prayer] * * * …   Universalium

  • kingdom come —    death    Despite society s unsatisfactory experience with theocracies, we do not demur at the plea Thy kingdom come in the Lord s Prayer:     ... Piper being blown to Kingdom Come in the company of Mrs Hutchmeyer. (Sharpe, 1977) …   How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms

  • kingdom come — king′dom come′ n. the hereafter; heaven • Etymology: 1775–85; extracted from the phrase Thy kingdom come in the Lord s Prayer …   From formal English to slang

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