Her soul was still pure sunshine that marvelled at the shadow.
I marvelled at the ease with which Mr. Rivers conversed in both Spanish and French.
All who saw him marvelled then more at his beauty than at his deeds.
He went over their points, and in an expansive moment I marvelled.
He marvelled at the freak of fancy that seemed to thrust him forward upon his strange quest.
She marvelled at the strangeness of it, but was no longer afraid.
Humility combined with love is so rare, I suppose, and that is why it is marvelled at.
He marvelled idly at the lack of colour in the scene before him.
Susannah could not criticise keenly, so much she marvelled at the man.
He marvelled at her quietude and thought that she should have been as restless as himself.
c.1300, "miracle," also "wonderful story or legend," from Old French merveille "a wonder, surprise, miracle," from Vulgar Latin *miribilia (also source of Spanish maravilla, Portuguese maravilha, Italian maraviglia), altered from Latin mirabilia "wonderful things," from neuter plural of mirabilis "wonderful, marvelous, extraordinary; strange, singular," from mirari "to wonder at," from mirus "wonderful" (see smile). A neuter plural treated in Vulgar Latin as a feminine singular. Related: Marvels.
c.1300, "to be filled with wonder," from Old French merveillier "to wonder at, be astonished," from merveille (see marvel (n.)). Related: Marveled; marveling.