Adjective "wonderful" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ˈwʌndəfʊl//ˈwʌndəf(ə)l/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Inspiring delight, pleasure, or admiration; extremely good; marvellous.
  1. 'the climate was wonderful all the year round'
  2. 'I turned up the music and let the car be filled with the wonderful sound of Aerosmith once more.'
  3. 'Her takes were wonderful and we were really delighted with what she did on set.'
  4. 'Wave after wave of pure pleasure washed over her and she could not believe how wonderful it felt.'
  5. 'It was wonderful to be alive and young on that sunny day after a close brush with death.'
  6. 'What a wonderful thing fantasy is when we can suspend the responsibly rule for a while.'
  7. 'At the resort we met some wonderful folks that we hope we'll get a chance to see again.'
  8. 'It was the very early stages of what has become an amazing and wonderful relationship.'
  9. 'If it happens, it will be a first for the town and may turn out to be a wonderful idea.'
  10. 'It had been such a wonderful day and the beautiful evening was its crowning glory.'
  11. 'It was wonderful to see a synagogue which had so far been only a word to me in the Bible.'

Definitions

1. excellent; great; marvelous: We all had a wonderful weekend.

2. of a sort that causes or arouses wonder; amazing; astonishing: The storm was wonderful to behold.

More examples(as adjective)

"people can be wonderful to people."

"people can be wonderful with people."

"people can be wonderful in things."

"reds can be wonderful in/at/on afternoons."

"reds can be wonderful in necklaces."

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Origin

Late Old English wunderfull (see wonder, -ful).