Origin of wondrous
Related formswon·drous·ly, adverbwon·drous·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for wondrous
Then came remedies: the powder, the salve, the wondrous elixir.New Study Says Doctors Can’t “Just Say No” to Their Patients|Kent Sepkowitz|March 31, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In that process, we discovered all these wondrous recordings.The Inside Story of Johnny Cash’s Legendary Lost LP, ‘Out Among the Stars’|Andrew Romano|March 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In honor of this wondrous spectacle—the Super Bowl, not the Puppy Bowl—here are the best halftime show performance.
As soon as he said that, “the brief, wondrous life of Oscar Wao” jumped into my head.
This supernatural drama, based on the Jason Mott novel The Returned, is eerie and enigmatic, as well as heartfelt and wondrous.Fall-Winter TV Preview: Snap Judgments of 2013–14’s New Shows|Jace Lacob, Kevin Fallon|July 16, 2013|DAILY BEAST
He is wondrous loth to hazard his credulity, and whilst he fears to believe amiss, believes nothing.Microcosmography|John Earle
And in the watches of the night there came A bright and wondrous vision on his mind.p.A Leaf from the Old Forest|J. D. Cossar
God does not forget even the poor prisoners, but allows them to have a sight of his wondrous works.The Mysteries of Paris, Volume 4 of 6|Eugne Sue
The colorings of the Greggii are a wondrous harmony of tint and hue.The Fantastic Clan|John James Thornber
And nobody, I suppose, would now defend the wondrous stanza which was paralleled from the Groves of Blarney.Essays in English Literature, 1780-1860|George Saintsbury