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Synonyms for wonderment

the emotion aroused by something awe-inspiring or astounding

one that evokes great surprise and admiration

Synonyms for wonderment

the feeling aroused by something strange and surprising

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Two of the Songs of Wonderment and Love were commissioned by the Marilyn Horne Foundation and ASCAP, and presented at Carnegie Hall's Weill Recital Hall in 2009 by mezzo soprano Jamie Barton and pianist Kathleen Kelly.
I still love those fudgemallows, the swishwifflingly scrumdiddlyumptious memories of wonderment and discovery you gave me as I read through your library of books.
A sense of humour is not appropriate to respond to Mr McGuin but a sense of wonderment is when he connects a notorious century old cash for honours deployed by Lloyd George with David's peerage.
Choose Your Days is a story about finding wonderment and joy.
One example of this is the Wonderment, a free online platform "where kids, schools and organizations can explore, create and start projects with kids around the world, getting support from a community of donors to help turn their ideas into reality.
He engaged with the children with charm, authority, enthusiasm and encouragement, and it was a joy to see the excitement and wonderment on the children's faces.
Beyond windows and balconies, there is a world of wonderment that needs to be explored by the young and unattended.
While the mass appeal of the Strati stunt didn't make the casual passer by more in tune to industry challenges beyond slack-jawed wonderment, it didn't fall completely on deaf ears as material costs, particular for proprietary material, have been an issue for design engineers since the first machines hit the market in the early 1990s.
But with that often comes a certain drudgery, a certain sense of obligations met that can diminish or even kill the original wonderment of flight.
He added: "It features my personal observations on the nature of passing time, the agony and hidden joy of ageing, the depths of depression and the glorious heights found in the beauty and wonderment of life.
She will be visiting the Manchester Opera House on Wednesday, March 13, with a show that is an eclectic mix of musical wonderment, reflective of Kristin herself.
To hear a young girl come into our church and exclaim "Wow" and see the look of wonderment on her face together will all the other comments and exclamations reported to those stewarding in church has made all the work by so many people so very worthwhile.
Her images express the wonderment of that long-ago child looking out the window and daydreaming another world into existence.
No, I never made any song like "Black Bill's Wonderment.
I well remember in the mid-1980s the wonderment of seeing Jupiter's cloud belts, and its four largest moons, Io, Ganymede, Calista and Europa, constantly dance around this giant planet.