- marvelous + -ly (Wiktionary)
“Coach Nate McMillan filled his job title marvelously, filling holes like no other and leading with a strong, steady calm that few of his colleagues can claim.”
“Christianity, and the more moderate and reflective people of the intellectual middle class now possess only an adapted, that is to say marvelously simplified Christianity.”
“The other outstanding meal, of course was a lot of the reason we came: the Sunday brunch at the Fort Garry - a munificent spread of breads, meats, smoked fishes, egg dishes, fruits and desserts stretching out of the hotel's beautiful Palm Room bar and into the lobby (a jazz duo playing from the first floor balcony) that was so lavish and generous it is best described as marvelously preposterous.”
“- Really unreflective people are now inwardly without Christianity, and the more moderate and reflective people of the intellectual middle class now possess only an adapted, that is to say marvelously simplified Christianity.”
“Armani says he feels "marvelously" well after months-long battle with hepatitis Armani feeling great after hepatitis battleMILAN - Designer Giorgio Armani said Thursday he was feeling "marvelously well" after winning a months-long battle with hepatitis.”
“Ellie Kurttz/ RSC Jonathan Slinger as Macbeth In fact, this was a shrewd choice of opener, for Mr. Boyd and his design team have not only chosen it because it allows them to show off the brand new bells and whistles of this thrust-stage theater, marvelously intimate despite its 1,000 seats, but also because they found something new to say about the content of the play.”
“The existence of this little beetle and thousands of other such marvelously constructed creatures cannot be explained by any process of evolution, but only by a perfect work of creation by an almighty God.”
“With the epilepsy plus the everything else, I entertain faint hopes that it's all tied together and is some marvelously rare thing that a brilliant diagnostician would see right away and all I have to do is not eat fish or something and poof, cured!”
“It was an excellent email from the headhunter, too, as it illustrates these principles marvelously.”
“I don't like clumsy draftsmanship or tacky imagery, so I did my own artwork, which my tattooist executed marvelously.”
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