performed by or involving a supernatural power or agency: a miraculous cure.
of the nature of a miracle; marvelous.
having or seeming to have the power to work miracles: miraculous drugs.

1400–50; late Middle English < Medieval Latin mīrāculōsus, equivalent to Latin mīrācul(um) miracle + -ōsus -ous

miraculously, adverb
miraculousness, noun
hypermiraculous, adjective
hypermiraculously, adverb
hypermiraculousness, noun
nonmiraculous, adjective
nonmiraculously, adverb
nonmiraculousness, noun
pseudomiraculous, adjective
pseudomiraculously, adverb
quasi-miraculous, adjective
quasi-miraculously, adverb
unmiraculous, adjective
unmiraculously, adverb

2. extraordinary. Miraculous, preternatural, supernatural refer to that which seems to transcend the laws of nature. Miraculous refers to something that apparently contravenes known laws governing the universe: a miraculous success. Preternatural suggests the possession of supernormal qualities: Dogs have a preternatural sense of smell. It may also mean supernatural: Elves are preternatural beings. Supernatural suggests divine or superhuman properties: supernatural aid in battle.
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miraculous (mɪˈrækjʊləs)
1.  of, like, or caused by a miracle; marvellous
2.  surprising
3.  having the power to work miracles

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Word Origin & History

c.1500, from M.Fr. miraculeux, from M.L. miraculosus, from L. miraculum (see miracle). Related: Miraculously.
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Example sentences
But miraculously, he was able to maneuver the plane for a crash landing in a
  clearing of scrub and brush.
He is tough and charming, a persuader who knows how to listen, a provocateur
  who miraculously avoids making too many enemies.
As soon as the date is canceled, she's miraculously better.
Miraculously, he then got up and began to pump up the crowd.
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