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- adj. Wondrous.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Same as wondrous.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An obsolete form of wondrous.
Our friends continue to amaze and shower the Poopster in gifts- Sexy Artist knitted fabulous booties, Leggy created a beautiful felt flower and hmmmm.... what should I call the wonderous Persians?
Looking at the Age of Exploration, and how it ushered in both science (in its modern form), and imperialism of the worst sort (read: Conquistadors, Dutch East India Company, British Empire, and our good old American "military advisors"), it is clear that there is a flip side to the kind of wonderous mentality I have talked about in previous posts.
The “rounding” (1,000) followed by the doubling (2,000) made me think of all those wonderous multiplications noted in the Haggadah.
Keitel is hilarious and a sort of co-moral center along with Lancaster and the wonderous Geraldine Page.
You have a wonderous family Scott, not sure about the friends though – the barking child troubled me.
Envision Cappuccino de Foie Gras et Truffles de l'Ete paired with the rich and dense arrangement of Arcade Fire's cover of Pupee de Cire, Poupes de Son -- such a wonderous and decadent play on all five senses.
All the wonderous things that I saw, all the adventures I made.
My kids are young and have not even began to touch the wonderous joys in the outdoors.
* The heroine, Lilith is so beautiful, her soul is wonderous and kind.
I never claimed to have a wonderous intellect troll.
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