Adjective(1) extraordinarily good or great; used especially as intensifiers
Adverb(1) (used as an intensifier
(1) Magic town is a wondrous land where all sorts of glorious and spellbinding things take place.(2) Back before any of us were here on earth, Ira Gershwin was writing divine, clever and wondrous lyrics for another age.(3) Most imagine a wondrous city or a verdant garden where human beings come face to face with God.(4) Spring is a wondrous time full of marvelous sights, sounds and smells.(5) Over the past few days I have seen the most amazing and wondrous sight.(6) The life of a single human being is so wondrously mysterious and so incredibly complicated; how infinitely more complicated is the network of relationships that go to make up a ├ö├ç├┐democracy├ö├ç├û.(7) Instead, she wrote a bloody touchy-feely thing about the wondrousness of it all and how good it is for the human spirit!(8) When the first stage of this project was completed, (along a different route) strange stories began to be circulated by the media and alleged actual users, of how wondrously clean and sleek and efficient and punctual it was.(9) Dyke appears to be so consumed with his own wondrousness that he is unable to understand basic human decency.(10) I do feel slightly guilty about it, but wondrously grateful.(11) Like, they can't find anyone else online to revel in the wondrousness that is them, so they start up a conversation with you, tell you their news, then head off?(12) For all his previous boasts about the innate wondrousness of his various projects, a surprising honesty and integrity is evident in his stark definition of his remaining objectives.(13) The traffic that teems around the base of the hotel is rendered wondrously inaudible by the double glazing, the walls are thick, and the air conditioners do not rouse themselves to more than a gentle buzz even at full blast.(14) Under her blue mantle, embroidered in gold like her halo and the wondrously rendered transparency of her multifold veil, she wears a white-trimmed gown of pink, a little richer in colour than the thornless roses that surround her.(15) He was a celebrated figure in Oxford, having, I don't know, got numerous degrees and acclaim for his writing, intelligence, and general wondrousness .(16) The wondrousness of these poems derives not just from their ├ö├ç├┐plot├ö├ç├û twists but from their language.
1. rattling ::
2. terrific ::
3. wonderful ::
4. marvelous ::
5. howling ::
6. fantastic ::
7. grand ::
8. tremendous ::
Different Formswondrous, wondrously
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