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  • n. A place full of delights or marvels.


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wonder +‎ world


  • Somebody has made the dreamy floating wonderworld from the Oscar-nominated Hayao Miyazaki film Howl's Moving Castle out of Lego.

    Pigeons From Hell: Robert E Howard's classic horror story adapted for comics by Joe R Lansdale - Boing Boing

  • I sink into a trashed Aeron chair, pull out my trusty ax, and click out "In the Great Big Google Mountain," a rueful utopian ditty about a fanciful wonderworld in which "aquacultured catfish feed the masses," and "electric cars cut greenhouses gasses," and "more transparent global markets function semi-rational- la-la-la-ly ."

    Scott Brown Leads a Guided Tour of the Most Awesome Depression Ever

  • Over in Nolte's artist's studio was a different kind of wonderworld.

    David Hochman: Why I'll Miss Nick Nolte's Burned-Down House

  • As with many of the best businesses in Modica, the approach to Raffaele's salon is inconspicuous but once the lift decants you into the reception area or alternatively you can mountain climb up the tiled steps if you're quite sportif, a wonderworld awaits you.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • All is well, in the snowglobe wonderworld of my great white belly. and now when I fall asleep, I am not so afraid anymore. instead of wondering how will I ever be able to do this alone ....

    wendchymes Diary Entry

  • Paris — the wonderworld to Victoria, who had never been out of


  • But John just goes so far beyond any of that into his own little geek wonderworld.

    kevynwight Diary Entry

  • I'm having a theater constructed in the midst of a wonderworld of fantasy where tables will be covered with beautiful cloths of every color.

    Seeds of Yesterday

  • The faces and figures perceived have the light shade and expression which seems quite proper to the wonderworld in which the eye of the inner man has vision; and yet the story may be read as a parable of spiritual truth like some myth of ancient scripture.

    AE in the Irish Theosophist

  • In the courtly epics of chivalry, the place of real Nature was taken by a fabulous wonderworld, full of the most fantastic and romantic scenery, in which wood, field, plants, and animals were all distorted.

    The Development of the Feeling for Nature in the Middle Ages and Modern Times


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