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A Blessing In Disguise ( it seemed like a bad thing at first, but the result was surprisingly good; it appeared to be a bad thing but turned out to be a good thing ... )

"A Blessing In Disguise"

A blessing in disguise is a good thing which at first was thought to be a bad thing.

Example: "When I first lost that job, I was upset. But it turned out to be a blessing in disguise."

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