Won·drous adv. In a wonderful or surprising manner or degree; wonderfully.
For sylphs, yet mindful of their ancient race,
Are, as when women, wondrous fond of place. --Pope.
And now there came both mist and snow,
And it grew wondrous cold. --Coleridge.
Won·drous, a. Wonderful; astonishing; admirable; marvelous; such as excite surprise and astonishment; strange.
That I may . . . tell of all thy wondrous works. --Ps. xxvi. 7.
-- Won*drous*ly, adv. -- Won*drous*ness, n.
Chloe complains, and wondrously's aggrieved. --Granville.
adj : extraordinarily good; used especially as intensifiers; "a
fantastic trip to the Orient"; "the film was
fantastic!"; "a howling success"; "a marvelous
collection of rare books"; "had a rattling conversation
about politics"; "a tremendous achievement" [syn: fantastic,
howling(a), marvelous, marvellous, rattling(a),
terrific, tremendous, wonderful]
adv : (used as an intensifier) extremely well; "her voice is
superbly disciplined"; "the colors changed wondrously
slowly" [syn: wonderfully, wondrously, superbly,
toppingly, marvellously, terrifically, marvelously]