wondrously


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Related to wondrously: terrifically, candidly

won·drous

 (wŭn′drəs)
adj.
Remarkable or extraordinary; wonderful.
adv. Archaic
To a wonderful or remarkable extent.

won′drous·ly adv.
won′drous·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.wondrously - (used as an intensifier) extremely wellwondrously - (used as an intensifier) extremely well; "her voice is superbly disciplined"; "the colors changed wondrously slowly"
intensifier, intensive - a modifier that has little meaning except to intensify the meaning it modifies; "`up' in `finished up' is an intensifier"; "`honestly' in `I honestly don't know' is an intensifier"
Translations

wondrously

[ˈwʌndrəslɪ] ADV (liter) → maravillosamente
wondrously beautifulextraordinariamente hermoso, hermoso en extremo

wondrously

adv (old, liter)wunderbar; wondrously beautifulwunderschön
References in classic literature ?
how wondrously dainty the finish of every little seam
The ear has no external leaf whatever; and into the hole itself you can hardly insert a quill, so wondrously minute is it.
Her hair of a shining raven black, and curiously braided; her eyes were dark, but gentle, although animated; her features of a regular proportion, and her complexion wondrously fair, each cheek tinged with a lovely pink.
He had then lain, beyond the vestibule, very much as he was lying now - quite, that is, as he appeared to have fallen, but all so wondrously without bruise or gash; only in a depth of stupor.
Go you to a brook hollow where they grow some late summer twilight at dewfall; and on the still air that rises suddenly to meet you will come a waft of faint, aromatic fragrance, wondrously sweet and evasive, the distillation of that despised thistle bloom.
Most eagerly of all her mind turned to the wondrously exciting problem about to be solved: behind which of all these fascinating doors was waiting now her room--the dear, beautiful room full of curtains, rugs, and pictures, that was to be her very own?
There were smoothly paved streets; wondrously carved fountains, some in ruins, all now as dry as bone, but which must have been places of beauty where youths and maidens gathered in the ancient days.
For days he made ceaseless calculations, but they were all wondrously unsatisfactory.
As agreeing with much previously mentioned in this narrative I may here observe that Mendanna, their discoverer, in his account of the Marquesas, described the natives as wondrously beautiful to behold, and as nearly resembling the people of southern Europe.
The windows were very high up; the glass was red, blue, and green, and the sunlight shone through quite wondrously in all sorts of colors.
There were as many women as men, and each was clothed in the wondrously wrought harness of his station and his house.
Then the Sheriff came down from his dais and drew near, in all his silks and velvets, to where the tattered stranger stood leaning upon his stout bow, while the good folk crowded around to see the man who shot so wondrously well.