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wondrous

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adjective won·drous \ˈwən-drəs\

Simple Definition of wondrous

  • : causing wonder or amazement : very beautiful or impressive

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of wondrous

  1. :  that is to be marveled at :  extraordinary <a wondrous feat>

wondrous

adverb archaic

wondrously

adverb

wondrousness

noun

Examples of wondrous in a sentence

  1. The museum featured a display of wondrous tapestries.

  2. <what a wondrous discovery fire must have been>



Origin and Etymology of wondrous

Middle English, alteration of wonders, from genitive of 1wonder


First Known Use: 15th century


WONDROUS Defined for Kids

wondrous

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adjective won·drous \ˈwən-drəs\

Definition of wondrous for Students

  1. :  wonderful 1





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