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- n. Plural form of wonder.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of wonder.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. See wondrous.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Wonderfully; wondrous.
- [This is the reading of the original edition and of the manuscripts. It has been changed into wonderous in some modern editions, and perhaps correctly.]
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"They took a very hard look at whether this really was something beyond what they described as the wonders of modern medicine," Rubens says.
What one wonders is what they may still reveal/report when switched off ....
You'll take a ride that is wrapped in wonders ... through the metropolis of the future, over Antarctic wastes, into tropical jungles, along the ocean floor.
But what, Isabel wonders, is at the root of Toms interest in Isabel herself?
Wallace should have identified the moment as the zenith of the investigation; the reader wonders from the beginning of the book whether those initials were legit or not.
Palin wonders why she has been attacked so much, well she lied continuously against President Obama and didn't stop the people at her rallies from shouting 'kill him'.
So one wonders is it Murdoch ` s balls or the saudi prince balls beckerhead is polishing?
In her recent consideration of Dalkey Archive's anthology, Best European Fiction 2010, Ruth Franklin wonders:
* Ezra Klein wonders how many House seats Dems would have to lose in order to make it no longer worthwhile to extend health care to 32 million Americans.
When Sparky the Penguin wonders why nobody thought to question these silly ideas, he finds out that people were afraid of being laughed at if they disagreed with the mayor.