wonderstruck


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wonderstruck

(ˈwʌndəˌstrʌk)
adj
literary awed
Translations

wonderstruck

[ˈwʌndəstrʌk] ADJ (liter) → asombrado, pasmado
References in classic literature ?
Edmond, amazed, wonderstruck, filled his pockets with the radiant gems and then returned to daylight, when be discovered that his prizes had all changed into common pebbles.
The witch-doctresses also stood on one side, wonderstruck, since no such smelling out as this had been seen in the land.
She held her peace and said no more, and Don Quixote made answer, "Of a truth, fairest lady, Actaeon when he unexpectedly beheld Diana bathing in the stream could not have been more fascinated and wonderstruck than I at the sight of your beauty.
'What do they prepare?' said the lama, wonderstruck. 'This is a great and terrible world.
This fall, The Walking Dead debuts its 10th season, as the universe around the show continues to expand with a third series premiering next year and a major motion picture in the works; BBC AMERICA will launch a dedicated micro-net called Wonderstruck that will devote every Saturday to natural history programming; and next year, AMC will premiere its newest original series, 'Dispatches from Elsewhere,' from Jason Segel, and an episodic anthology series about the intersection of love and science from Will Bridges and Brett Goldstein.
On the event's highly sensory artistic trail, wonderstruck visitors also found themselves surrounded by veils softly blowing in an artificial breeze, and enveloped by a uniquely feminine aura of gentleness and sensuality.
PESHAWAR -- Young students of Edwardes College here on Thursday staged classic English play Othello written by Shakespeare, leaving the audience wonderstruck with their excellent performance.
A Wonderful B Wonderstruck C Thunderbolt D Awestruck 7.
I was wonderstruck to see that the entire flooring of the church including the sanctuary was made of simple cement, as we could see in the houses of the poor people in India.
As the winter approached I was wonderstruck once again at the beauty all around me.
Chapters discuss texts like Brian Selznick's The Invention of Hugo Cabret, Wonderstruck, and The Marvels; J.K.
Brian Selznick's highly illustrated novel Wonderstruck (2011) tells parallel stories using text and visuals in alternating chapters.