"I marvelled at your courage in talking to her as you did," said Eudora.
With his whole soul, he marvelled at her softness and relaxation.
For all felt a blow to be impending, and only marvelled at its being so long withheld.
And Pierre marvelled at finding him such as he had anticipated.
They called it the Free Level, and I marvelled at the nature of this freedom.
"I have marvelled often at the clearness of your soups, Marchesa," said the Colonel.
It executed the mother, and marvelled that the child should die.
We admired—we marvelled—we grieved, we shrugged our shoulders.
Sharing their suspense for the first time, Eric marvelled at their composure.
Immediately he marvelled at his familiar speech, but she did not seem to resent it.