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Synonyms for wonder

Synonyms for wonder

one that evokes great surprise and admiration

the emotion aroused by something awe-inspiring or astounding

an event inexplicable by the laws of nature

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to have a feeling of great awe and rapt admiration

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to be uncertain, disbelieving, or skeptical about

Synonyms for wonder

the feeling aroused by something strange and surprising

something that causes feelings of wonder

have a wish or desire to know something

be amazed at

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BETTINGon F1 had been enjoying a revival this season, with the competitive title race and the apparent end of Schumacher domination doing wonders for turnover, writes Phil Agius.
SOUTH Korea's meteoric rise may be doing wonders for the popularity of football in the country, but that is not the case with baseball.
Diomede and Partridge seem to be doing wonders in the reserves - Partridge in particular - and I wonder why they cannot be given even a 10-15 minute spell to see what they can do in the first team.
Grinda has a magnet attached to his arm 24 hours a day, and though its effects are not well-studied scientifically, Grinda said the therapy is doing wonders.
Regardless, both moves trigger the film's juiciest insights into the minds of its key antagonists, not to mention doing wonders for a plot that spends way too much time in the homes of both the wealthy victims and the downscale criminals.