"Well, this certainly is wonderful
!" he exclaimed, in much the same manner as when he had finished reading the article about the idol.
Still, for many days they grieved over the loss of the Wonderful
Wizard, and would not be comforted.
He discovered wonderful stories, also, about jewels.
Even to read of the luxury of the dead was wonderful.
When the old witch heard of the fine salad she wanted to eat it, and said, 'Dear countryman, just let me taste the wonderful
It will indeed be thought that I have an overweening confidence in the principle of natural selection, when I do not admit that such wonderful and well-established facts at once annihilate my theory.
Thus, as I believe, the wonderful fact of two distinctly defined castes of sterile workers existing in the same nest, both widely different from each other and from their parents, has originated.
"Just the same, it's wonderful
," Saxon mused, gazing at the big, half-ruined adobe structure.
When the wonderful
tidings reached the ears of Queen Jinjur -- how Mombi the Witch had been captured; how she had confessed her crime to Glinda; and how the long-lost Princess Ozma had been discovered in no less a personage than the boy Tip -- she wept real tears of grief and despair.
The Glass Cat was also a wonderful
creature to little Ojo, who had never seen or known anything of magic before, although he had lived in the Fairyland of Oz ever since he was born.
The salt sea-air was a wonderful
tonic to him after the nervous life of the last few months.
"Great, wide, beautiful, wonderful
World, With the wonderful
water round you curled, And the wonderful
grass upon your breast, World, you are beautifully drest!"
How lovely she used to look with the morning sun turning her hair to golden mist, and dancing in the blue deeps of her eyes; and once when by chance she had forgotten to fasten her gown, I caught glimpses of a bosom that was like two happy handfuls of wonderful
white cherries .
For, viewed in this light, the wonderful
comparative smallness of his brain proper is more than compensated by the wonderful
comparative magnitude of his spinal cord.
Joe was usually such a quiet, gentle little fellow that it was wonderful
to see him so roused.