wondrously in English
marvelously; fantastically, splendidly
Use "wondrously" in a sentence
1. The colors changed wondrously slowly.
2. Think, too, of their wondrously high privilege of serving around Jehovah’s throne!
3. She grow wondrously fond of stealing off to corners by herself.
4. It is wondrously clean, emitting mainly pristine steam when burned.
5. If you but smile, spring zephyrs blow through my spirits, wondrously.
6. Ever since they had set eyes on each other they had been wondrously happy.
7. The sunshine floods the sleepy village street, a storm has left everything drenched, and wondrously refreshed.
8. No doubt most young children find themselves wondrously alerted to anything having to do with horses.
9. A passerby enjoyed it very wondrously and asked the blindman without reason : What do you do this ?
10. Who but Italo Calvino could have selected two hundred of Italy's traditional folktales and retold them so wondrously?
11. We found the library wondrously warm, being ingeniously heated by hot pipes which also gushed water into the latrines.
12. He remains a paradox: an intensely private public writer who has dedicated himself in wondrously inventive ways to undoing the Big Lie.
13. Xanthic ester is a kind of catcher in the floatation of minerals. Though only a very little amount of xanthic ester is discharged into water, it smells wondrously bad.
14. Xanthic ester is a kind of catcher in the floatation of minerals. Though only a very little amount of xanthic ester is discharged into water,[Sentence dictionary] it smells wondrously bad.