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Synonyms for marvelously

(used as an intensifier) extremely well

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This is a marvelously entertaining--no, that is too strong, informative--work.
Law, to no one's surprise, is marvelously convincing as technology's gift to women.
So his method of contending with the issues in his book, while incorporating statistics where appropriate, is to give a thumbnail sketch of an individual's theories (Foucault, Derrida, Bloom, deMan -- you name it) that is marvelously clear, and then to show how someone else took a bit from here, a bit from there, and moved "forward" (though the reader is often left wondering about the direction, as Kernan wishes).
God has a marvelously creative way of digging us out of our worst nightmares.
The mother, the babies, the father are doing marvelously well.
In a nutshell: Marvelously mature when addressing infidelity and relationships, less certain about dealing with immigrants in London.
These details are marvelously developed, and all animal lovers (never mind horse lovers
The new finding "just goes to show you how marvelously clever nature is at blocking enzyme activity," says Brown.
The dance improvisation/clown troupe Krepsko has a marvelously delicate and melancholy touch, performing simple movements or befuddled everyday actions with a tantalizing, weightless quality.
A magnificent addition to any family, school, or community library Christmas picturebook collection, "The Nutcracker" is a classic Christmas story that is beautifully retold by internationally renowned ballerina Karen Kain and marvelously illustrated by the museum quality artwork of Rajka Kupesic.
Marvelously illustrated by Dough Keith, Something Special is a picturebook book story by Terri Cohlene that tells of a curious little frog who encounters a royal gift outside his home near a castle moat.
Startling original, marvelously humorous, and wonderfully told, EVERY WHISPERED WORD is a must read.
The "Rediscoveries" included festival cofounder Lucien Clergue, an internationally renowned photographer who hardly needs rediscovering but was rendered a marvelously unconventional homage through Parr's presentation of Clergue's own photographs and books, artworks acquired from friends named Picasso, Cocteau, and Cartier-Bresson, letters from the likes of Jean Renoir and Edward Steichen, and all sorts of memorabilia from thirty-five years of Rencontres.
Diagrams and anecdotes help illustrate this marvelously clear-minded, inspirational guide.
95), by James Bruges, succeeds marvelously in cramming some of the most provocative, eye-opening, disconcerting information on the state of our planet into a 187-page paperback small enough to be tucked into a coat pocket.