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Definition of Wonderful

  • Adapted to excite wonder or admiration; surprising; strange; astonishing.

How to use wonderful in a sentence. Wonderful pronunciation.

It was a wonderful dream, in which he found the way, as he thought, to atone somewhat to this man for a dark injury done.
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It was wonderful to see with what fierce speed the tall sheet of flame traveled!
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The fact is, the freighting business had grown to such important proportions that there was nearly as much excitement over suddenly acquired toll-road fortunes as over the wonderful silver mines.
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The lean, wiry, and very active man did not usually fall into these fits of total enervation excepting in the daytime, for after sundown a wonderful change would come over the gray-headed veteran, who nevertheless still displayed much youthful energy in the exercise of his official duties.
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The better a genus is fitted for variability in the conformation of its individuals, the higher is the rank it is entitled to hold in the graduated series of creatures capable of development; and it is precisely that wonderful many-sidedness of his inner life, and of its outward manifestation, which assigns to man his superiority over all other animated beings.
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That she did not slam it seemed wonderful to Emmeline.
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It was in truth wonderful enough; twelve months without a shadow of ill-feeling between them.
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By candle-light, when the floor was still a swamp, things looked more desperate than they proved to be on subsequent investigation; and it is wonderful at how little outlay, in our glistening times, a villa drawing-room may be fashionably equipped.
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Baron von der Bruggen says,* "there is the wonderful wealth of the language, which, as a popular tongue, is more flexible, more expressive of thought than any other living tongue I know of.
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In the last of his wonderful "Poems in Prose," Turgenev cried out: "In these days of doubt, in these days of painful brooding over the fate of my country, thou alone art my rod and my staff, O great, mighty, true and free Russian language!
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The combination of the great age of Russia with its recent intellectual birth produces a maturity of character, with a wonderful freshness of consciousness.
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If anything can dispel the black clouds in their dreary sky, it will be this wonderful emotional power.
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This book is broad enough in scope and content to serve as the foundation of Russian fiction, and to sustain the wonderful work of Turgenev, Tolstoi, and Dostoevski.
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The great Russian utterly lacked the temperament of the advocate; but his innate truthfulness, his wonderful art, and his very calmness made the picture of woe all the more clear.
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At the conclusion of the great garden-scene, Turgenev, by what seems the pure inspiration of genius, has expressed the ecstasy of love in old Lemm's wonderful music It is as though the passion of the lovers had mounted to that pitch where language would be utterly inadequate; indeed, one feels in reading that scene that the next page must be an anti-climax.
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One of the very few criticisms from a truly artistic standpoint appeared in the "Russian Herald" during the year 1862, from which a brief quotation must suffice:- "Everything in this work bears witness to the ripened power of Turgenev's wonderful talent; the clearness of ideas, the masterly skill in sketching types, the simplicity of plot and of movement of the action, and moderation and evenness of the work as a whole; the dramatic element which comes up naturally from the most ordinary situations; there is nothing superfluous, nothing retarding, nothing extraneous.
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And with what wonderful skill the author solves this puzzling problem-to place in narrow, limited frames the broadest and newest themes (CONTENT).
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At the end of a wonderful sketch of the mother, Turgenev says: "Such women are not common nowadays.
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Nothing wonderful in that, some sceptic will say, remembering what has been said of her exterior.
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Something wonderful and rare, let us be permitted to say.
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Examples of Wonderful

Example #1
Might not this Oriental mind, with that faith, be a power to redeem the land?
Example #2
Besides, the man was a Christian-of a mystic, half-legendary, obscure Christianity; yet having in his mind the old faith, its essence and its meaning, perhaps.
Example #3
My coffee-pot was gone, and everything with it.
Example #4
The ground was deeply carpeted with dry pine-needles, and the fire touched them off as if they were gunpowder.
Example #5
The ends of them were hanging over the boundary line everywhere like a fringe.
Example #6
When they adjourned it was estimated that every citizen owned about three franchises, and it was believed that unless Congress gave the Territory another degree of longitude there would not be room enough to accommodate the toll-roads.