wondrously


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On either side were great buildings wondrously wrought.
So the throng moved on, until at the very gate it was brought to a stand by a wondrously fat man, who came darting forth from the town with rage in every feature of his rubicund face.
My respect for his powers of analysis increased wondrously.
Both the room and its occupants, and the scene they gazed on, looked wondrously peaceful.
And I wended my way up the back-stairs, wondrously the wiser for my inquiries.
It's a typical Christmas; tears, fights, secrets, food, reminiscing; but it is handled quite wondrously.
A delight for children and adults alike, Sally Cookson (NT Live: Jane Eyre) directs this wondrously inventive production, a co-production with Bristol Old Vic theatre.
The speaker recalls Gerard Manley Hopkins' ode to wildness, as Miller concludes that his soul is "not yet exhausted, wondrously winding.
Almost every scene is a wondrously busy mosaic of playful designs.
Fagan is one of the most exciting new writers in Scotland and this novel proves her talent for writing wondrously believable characters is undiminished.
On the night of a charity auction for her adoption agency, she encounters a mysterious and wondrously romantic man.
Adam Bailey as Felicia was wondrously outrageous as he flounced and bitched.
Some of the things we're unearthing from closets and storerooms are as wondrously weird as my shark's-teeth star.
This sentiment is reflected in his recent creation for Louis Vuitton, a multifunctional lounge chair that wondrously converts from a pouffe into a chaise lounge or armchair.
The author's illustrative writing draws a picture in the mind, displayed wondrously when he describes the differences of someone before and after drug addiction: "She began to change, a metamorphosing before his eyes, unstoppable, until, like some malformed butterfly, she emerged from her bedroom one day a still-breathing abortion of herself, a skeletonized shadow gorging on her own flesh.