wonderment|wonderments in English
[won·der·ment || 'wʌndə(r)mənt]
astonishment, amazement; something causing amazement
Use "wonderment|wonderments" in a sentence
1. Tony shook his head in wonderment.
2. She wonderment at her good luck.
3. We were bug-eyed in wonderment.
4. His big blue eyes opened wide in wonderment.
5. She gasped wonderment at her good luck.
6. It has always inspired awe and wonderment.
7. She looked at her daughter in wonderment.
8. What wonderment to the animal at this discovery.
9. 22 It has always inspired awe and wonderment.
10. Her face expressed only one emotion well: wonderment.
11. She gasped in wonderment at her good luck.
12. 3 His big blue eyes opened wide in wonderment.
13. Finally, after much wonderment, they realized what had happened.
14. Yet, instead of responding with wonderment and appreciation, they withdrew.
15. His talent, his wonderment and his mystery make him legend.
16. She'd never be able to gaze in wonderment at any sunset again.
17. The finale had 000 adults standing in open-mouthed wonderment.
18. The finale had 50,000 adults standing in open-mouthed wonderment.
19. The gap between results and intentions strained his soul, stimulating wonderment.
20. I was elated and the world suddenly became a source of wonderment.
21. Let us not, however, stand abashed in wonderment at what the estate agents achieved.
22. The major features of transpersonal experiences include wonderment, assuredness, wisdom, unity, universality, and influential power.
23. Were you gripped in wonderment at the April Foolery abroad on the airwaves last week?
24. He listened with quiet wonderment as his grandfather told him of his life in the circus.
25. 6 The major features of transpersonal experiences include wonderment, assuredness, wisdom, unity, universality, and influential power.