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miraculous

adjective mi·rac·u·lous \mə-ˈra-kyə-ləs\

: very wonderful or amazing like a miracle

Full Definition of MIRACULOUS

1
:  of the nature of a miracle :  supernatural <a miraculous event>
2
:  suggesting a miracle :  marvelous <proof of a miraculous memory — Time>
3
:  working or able to work miracles <miraculous power>
mi·rac·u·lous·ly adverb
mi·rac·u·lous·ness noun

Examples of MIRACULOUS

  1. He made a miraculous recovery after the accident.
  2. Her memory is nothing short of miraculous.

Origin of MIRACULOUS

Middle English, from Middle French miraculos, from Medieval Latin miraculosus, from Latin miraculum
First Known Use: 15th century

Other Occult Terms

augury, censor, invocation, lucidity, metempsychosis, mojo, numinous, preternatural, weird, wraith
MIRACULOUSLY Defined for Kids

miraculous

adjective mi·rac·u·lous \mə-ˈra-kyə-ləs\

Definition of MIRACULOUS for Kids

:  being or being like a miracle :  very wonderful or amazing <a miraculous recovery>
mi·rac·u·lous·ly adverb

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