Word family noun wonder wonderment adjective wonderful wonder wondrous verb wonder adverb wonderfully
From King Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwonderfulwon‧der‧ful /ˈwʌndəfəl $ -dər-/ ●●● S1 W2 adjective 1 GOOD/EXCELLENTmaking you feel very happy SYN great We had a wonderful time in Spain.see thesaurus at good, nice2 ADMIREmaking you admire someone or something very much SYN amazing It’s wonderful what doctors can do nowadays.
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wonderfulAt the Dispensary the doctors and nurses are wonderful.The southwest tower is a wonderful instance of late Gothic work.Little Billy waved back and laughed and thought how wonderful it all was.You're lucky you have such wonderful kids.Then, my dear Summerlee, it is that most wonderful of devices: a perpetual motion machine!In others, central research laboratories produce wonderful results which are of no use to the business.I always had a wonderful time when we went, and not just because I was with Lois.It reminds me of those wonderful times when a play comes together and it is larger than its individual parts.It's wonderful to have something ancient returned to use.