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wonder British & World English

A feeling of amazement and admiration, caused by something beautiful, remarkable, or unfamiliar

wonder English Thesaurus

the sight left her speechless with wonder

Wonder, Stevie British & World English

(B.1950), American singer, songwriter, and musician; born Steveland Judkins Morris. His repertoire has included soul, rock, funk, and romantic ballads, as heard on albums such as Innervisions (1973). He has been blind since birth

no wonder British & World English

It is not surprising

boy wonder British & World English

An exceptionally talented young man or boy

one-hit wonder British & World English

A group or singer that has only one hit record before returning to obscurity

small wonder British & World English

Not very surprising

wonder-worker British & World English

A person who performs miracles or wonders

chinless wonder British & World English

An ineffectual upper-class man

nine days' wonder British & World English

Something that attracts great interest for a short while but is then forgotten

wonder-of-the-world British & World English

A succulent plant which forms plantlets in notches in the leaf margins under dry conditions. It originated in Madagascar and is used medicinally

no wonder in wonder British & World English

It is not surprising

nine days' wonder in wonder British & World English

Something that attracts great interest for a short while but is then forgotten

wonderstruck British & World English

(Of a person) experiencing a sudden feeling of awed delight or wonder

wonder-working in wonder-worker British & World English

wonder-working sages and Kabbalists

nine days' or seven-day or one-day wonder in wonder British & World English

Something that attracts great interest for a short while but is then forgotten