wondrous

adjective
won·drous | \ˈwən-drəs \

Definition of wondrous 

: that is to be marveled at : extraordinary a wondrous feat

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Other Words from wondrous

wondrous adverb archaic
wondrously adverb
wondrousness noun

Examples of wondrous in a Sentence

The museum featured a display of wondrous tapestries. what a wondrous discovery fire must have been

First Known Use of wondrous

15th century, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for wondrous

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

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The first known use of wondrous was in the 15th century

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wondrous

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of wondrous

: causing wonder or amazement : very beautiful or impressive

wondrous

adjective
won·drous | \ˈwən-drəs \

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