Origin of miraculous
Examples from the Web for miraculously
For every nanosecond that I miraculously lift off the ground, I land with an inordinately loud thud.How Taryn Toomey’s ‘The Class’ Became New York’s Latest Fitness Craze|Lizzie Crocker|January 9, 2015|DAILY BEAST
But then the sword is miraculously returned to him, and he girds for battle once again.
Miraculously, Malala survived, and her courage, wisdom, and optimism have continued to transfix and inspire the world.Promoting Girls’ Education Isn’t Enough: Malala Can Do More|Paula Kweskin|December 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But miraculously they must float in the heavens so far away from us, their beautiful light will continue to shine on us forever.Billy Crystal's Tribute to Robin Williams at the Emmys Was Perfect|Kevin Fallon|August 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Peggy has a reputation for miraculously fitting women of all shapes and sizes, and she more than lives up to it.
The night was absolutely clear and my first impression was that every star of the heavens had miraculously waxed in brilliancy.City of Endless Night|Milo Hastings
Can you believe that God, who has this night allowed you so miraculously to escape death, has not great designs in store for you?The Adventurers|Gustave Aimard
From the torments and dangers of this ordeal the three Hebrews were miraculously preserved.The Chautauquan, Vol. III, December 1882|The Chautauquan Literary and Scientific Circle
The delusion that she somehow had been miraculously snatched up into it was marred by their glances.The Dwelling Place of Light, Complete|Winston Churchill
These stories had been miraculously communicated to Roderic, and were now explained by the attendants to the wondering Imogen.Imogen|William Godwin
British Dictionary definitions for miraculously
Word Origin and History for miraculously
mid-15c., from Middle French miraculeux, from Medieval Latin miraculosus, from Latin miraculum "miracle, marvel, wonder" (see miracle). Related: Miraculously (early 15c.); miraculousness.