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  • v. Present participle of marvel.

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Examples

  • I recall marveling at her wearing her bald head without a scarf and living her truth as a way to help and encourage other women to do the same.

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  • Some may recall marveling at the futility of the "cut and burn campaigns" which were initiated to halt the spread of an epidemic that was killing trees literally by the millions each year. killed 77 million trees.

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  • As a boy, Basil Maher recalls marveling at dockland warehouses piled high with rubber, steel and fragrant coffee.

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  • I recall marveling at the chaotic mess and feeling sorry for the janitors.

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  • I recall marveling at the charting styles of my colleagues and professors: the long, obsessively complete note of the intern versus the almost aphoristic musings of the attending-the former chock full of unorganized information, and the latter synthetic in its encapsulation of the problem and plan of action.

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  • But probably it would scared you or just kind of marveling at the size and strength and the grace of this animal.

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  • SMITH: Yes, really, I was just kind of marveling at the -- at the scene.

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  • They flung themselves at the window in a kind of marveling ecstasy.

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  • A more shameless sentence was never penned, and one stands marveling which is the more grotesque -- the cynicism of the sentiment or the folly which gave such a warning to the victim.

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  • Mostly, I'm just kind of marveling that Crunchy is ours.

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