Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The state or quality of being wonderful.

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  • noun the state of being wonderful

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  • noun admirable excellence

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Examples

  • When I do this I try to compensate by making a pinched edge, so it won't lose the ultra thin wonderfulness.

    Rosemary Potato Pizza

  • They saw 'the miracle,' that is, the wonderfulness of the act made some dint even on their minds, but these were either too fluid to retain the impression, or too hard to let it be deep, and so it soon filled up again.

    Expositions of Holy Scripture : St. Matthew Chaps. IX to XXVIII

  • It will be durable and have its own kind of wonderfulness very different from that of paper and texture.

    Digital reviewing

  • The fact is that many companies are in Cville for the perceived "wonderfulness" of living here, coupled with the relatively cheap labor.

    Rent Too High in Charlottesville at cvillenews.com

  • Tillie made enemies for her niece among the church people because, at sewing societies and church suppers, she sometimes spoke vauntingly, with a toss of her head, just as if Thea's "wonderfulness" were an accepted fact in Moonstone, like Mrs. Archie's stinginess, or Mrs. Livery Johnson's duplicity.

    The song of the lark

  • Tillie made enemies for her niece among the church people because, at sewing societies and church suppers, she sometimes spoke vauntingly, with a toss of her head, just as if Thea's "wonderfulness" were an accepted fact in Moonstone, like Mrs. Archie's stinginess, or Mrs. Livery Johnson's duplicity.

    The Song of the Lark

  • Enthusiastic at first about the 'wonderfulness' of the work, she had begun after a month to feel that she could train herself so much better than others could train her.

    Complete Project Gutenberg John Galsworthy Works

  • Enthusiastic at first about the 'wonderfulness' of the work, she had begun after a month to feel that she could train herself so much better than others could train her.

    The Forsyte Saga, Volume II. Indian Summer of a Forsyte In Chancery

  • Enthusiastic at first about the 'wonderfulness' of the work, she had begun after a month to feel that she could train herself so much better than others could train her.

    The Forsyte Saga - Complete

  • It's impossible to sleep when you know that kind of wonderfulness is going on outside your window well, this his hypothetical since as a day sleeper, my bedroom window is blacked the fuck out so I just didn't.

    Archive 2009-04-01

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