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  • n. Plural form of wondering.

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Examples

  • Just more of the weird word wonderings I do when I'm overtired and underslept ....

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  • But they ain't nothing like sleeping out of doors nights to make you wonder the kind of wonderings you never will get any answer to.

    Danny's Own Story

  • But nurse had already left the room, and perhaps, now she was satisfied their neighbours were not quite so much to be pitied, would scarcely have had patience to listen to Peggy's "wonderings" about them.

    Little Miss Peggy: Only a Nursery Story

  • And yet with all this there was one corner deep down in Ruth's heart so overgrown with "wonderings" and "whys," so thick with tangled doubts and misgivings, that no cheering ray of certainty had yet been able to pierce it.

    Peter: a novel of which he is not the hero

  • What would YOU say to/about Anna about her "wonderings"?

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  • Your 'wonderings' are simply not appropriate for a stand-alone thread posted in the news / activism forum.

    Latest Articles

  • I wonder if the fact that Somalians reflect a different mitochondrial haplogroup than most of the rest of Africa (M1 rather than L) might provide a clue here? haplogroups were before now, but I do know that the distribution of mitochondrial haplogroups as depicted in this mitochondrial map of the world is far too complicated to support Kirby's "wonderings" without some very hard data.

    Autism Hub

  • What all my wonderings come down to is, why would anything ICC ruling matter more than a fart in a hurricane to Israel, unless some countries were willing to go to war to enforce the them, and how likely is that?

    The Volokh Conspiracy » The Palestinian Authority and the┬áICC

  • I didn't know that years later these two questions or wonderings of mine would be the seed of JENNA's story.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • But he did profess a "cosmic religious sense" driven by "inklings" and "wonderings" rather than answers and certainties.

    Krista Tippett: Religion and Science: Finding Their Kindred Spirits

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