wonderful

[wuhn-der-fuhl]
adjective
1.
excellent; great; marvelous: We all had a wonderful weekend.
2.
of a sort that causes or arouses wonder; amazing; astonishing: The storm was wonderful to behold.

Origin:
before 1100; Middle English; Old English wundorful (see wonder, -ful); cognate with German wundervoll

wonderfully, adverb
wonderfulness, noun
unwonderful, adjective
unwonderfully, adverb


1. awesome, wondrous, miraculous, prodigious, astonishing, amazing, astounding, phenomenal, unique, curious, strange.
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wonderful (ˈwʌndəfʊl)
 
adj
1.  exciting a feeling of wonder; marvellous or strange
2.  extremely fine; excellent
 
'wonderfully
 
adv
 
'wonderfulness
 
n

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wonderful
late O.E. wunderfull (see wonder). Related: Wonderfully.
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Example sentences
He had great affection for his riders, and considered ninety-nine per cent of
  them to be wonderful people.
The talks were great, and it was wonderful to be a part of that.
They say she's going into philanthropy and good works, which is wonderful, and
  she'll be great at it.
There are many wonderful images, but this one invokes so many powerful feelings.
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