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wonderful

wonderful

adjective won·der·ful \ˈwən-dər-fəl\

: extremely good

Full Definition of WONDERFUL

1
:  exciting wonder :  marvelous, astonishing <a sight wonderful to behold>
2
:  unusually good :  admirable <did a wonderful job>
won·der·ful·ly \-f(ə-)lē\ adverb
won·der·ful·ness \-fəl-nəs\ noun

Examples of WONDERFUL

  1. The rooms were filled with wonderful works of art.
  2. It was a wonderful party.
  3. You did a wonderful job.
  4. She came home with wonderful news.
  5. It's wonderful to finally meet you.

First Known Use of WONDERFUL

before 12th century

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