She is a marvelously complicated, funny, infuriating, and in some ways deeply admirable character.
As Ezra Klein acknowledged, Mitt is a marvelously talented -- if so pragmatic he infuriates ideologues -- manager.
"You thought I was dead," said McGee, with eyes still undimmed and marvelously clear.
It was simply a coppery glow, marvelously delicate, molding her face.
And as Heaven blesses the right and punishes the wrong, so has it marvelously interposed to silence evil tongues.
The top floors were devoted to marvelously equipped laboratories.
No one can fail to admire its broad white flowers, which are marvelously fragrant, and the rich, polished green of its foliage.
He said, with a marvelously unpleasant smile: "Then she was——"
Indeed the little boat was marvelously swift and in a brief time the boys were aware that there was only one person on board.
The women, however, are outspoken in their hostility, and marvelously bitter.
c.1300, "causing wonder," from Old French merveillos "marvelous, wonderful" (Modern French merveilleux), from merveille (see marvel (n.)). Weakened sense of "splendid, very nice" is from 1924. Related: Marvelously.