God knows how

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Adv.1.God knows how - by some means not understood by the speaker; "God knows how he did it, but he did climbed that steep wall"
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Instead of converting the sport centre's swimming pool area into what would be one of the biggest gymnastics sports centres, with the seating already in place, they want to hold God knows how many committee meetings, with God knows how many organisations to find a use for the space.
A Word About Drones Every month, God knows how many people are killed in the name of the US in any of several countries, and God knows how many of these people were actually militants.
Brian had done it all, seen it all and got God knows how many T shirts.
Not because I have any intention of straying, but because my girlfriend has been nagging me to go on a last holiday with the boys for God knows how long.
God knows how they're going to do the tie-in Happy Meal toys.
They smiled, joked about wearing ties for the first time in God knows how long and generally enjoyed themselves while taping TV spots and eating a fancy lunch.
God knows how many circuit parties we've missed while feverishly passing notes to each other through the anorexic mannequins on the fourth floor of Barneys in Beverly Hills.
CHELSEA boss Claudio Ranieri insists he is not living in fear of the axe and claims: "Only God knows how long I have at Stamford Bridge.
Only God knows how a conversion comes about, and he does not need miraculous fireworks to bring it off or a press agent to talk it up.
God knows how much trouble these two have been in, how much has been brushed under the carpet because of costs.
Quote: ``If the FDA approves it, God knows how high the stock will be because it's the only one in town.
JUNKIE Whitney Houston and husband Bobby Brown have flown God knows how many miles to Jerusalem and spent God knows how many thousands of pounds to worship at the feet of some strict Hebrew sect (which favours polygamy, no less) in an effort to sort out their messed-up lives.