Origin of wondrous
Examples from the Web for wondrously
Here are five wondrously accomplished new collections to read during National Short Story Month.
The cloud of grief was gone from the Dead Man's face, leaving it wondrously bright and young.The Return of Peter Grimm|David Belasco
“That you may, and take a draught of the cool water too,” replied the dame, wondrously propitiated by his civility.Household stories from the Land of Hofer|R. H. Busk
It was wondrously fine, finer than anything Andy had done until then.The Best Short Stories of 1915|Various
British Dictionary definitions for wondrously
Word Origin and History for wondrously
c.1500, from Middle English wonders (adj.), c.1300, originally genitive of wonder (n.), with suffix altered by influence of marvelous, etc.