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- n. The quality or state of being marvelous.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The quality or state of being marvelous; wonderfulness; strangeness.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The condition or quality of being marvelous or wonderful.
Answer: you already knew Moore’s marvelousness is inseparable from her strangeness.
First, I finally got to experience the marvelousness that is Phoenix Ranch Market.
But just after that, I read this bit of marvelousness from star_tourmaline.
This collection is, of course, worth buying and reading because of its marvelousness, but even more so because a portion of the profits go to charity.
I think going through parenthood the second time around, particularly for a man, you get the sense of the marvelousness and miracleness of it all.
If she found such beauty, such sensuous liberation, such fulfilling joy, such reality, such honesty, the marvelousness of owned women before their masters, offensive or deplorable, why did she watch?
Accordingly the readiness for, and the aptitude for, slave dance, so intimately associated with beauty and sexuality, displaying the female in her marvelousness, excitingness and need, scarcely need be noted.
Rather they are designed to call attention to it, and so reveal and display it, sometimes even brazenly, in all its marvelousness.
She did this as though not giving it much though, and as though modestly, but in such a way, with such a movement of her body, and with such an effect, that she called dramatic and inevitable attention to the marvelousness of her breasts.
The brand's marvelousness, of course, is not simply a function of its aesthetic enhancement of the woman's beauty, adding beauty to her beauty, raising her almost geometrically to a new dimension of loveliness, but was doubtless as much or more a function of its meaning; it marked the loveliness into which it was burned as that of the most desirable of women, a female slave.
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