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verb as in be amazed

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One of the most impressive algorithms this year is GPT-3, a marvel by OpenAI that spits out eerily human-like language.

In the alleged game of the year last Saturday against Notre Dame, Lawrence was enough of a marvel to seem transcendent, evolutionary, a force floating somewhere above this lone season to hover above a raft of seasons.

Ancient Egypt was a marvel to explore, but the game failed to capture my attention in other areas.

How to make a paper helicopterReal helicopters are marvels of engineering, but these are not.

GPT-3 is a marvel of engineering due to its breathtaking scale.

One national Democrat marveled that “We have successfully made the race about public education, which is a miracle.”

I also marveled that the NSA allowed Nielsen was allowed to make this info public.

I loved the displays and marveled at the makeshift galleries, but these days even that small bit of color is gone.

“This is something that is stark and remarkable,” Pelosi marveled.

Alig and his gang had been paraded on daytime television and marveled at by talk show hosts like Phil Donahue and Joan Rivers.

The manifest annoyance of her household was thus easily accounted for, but he marveled at the strength of her bodyguard.

Burning with excitement themselves, the girls marveled that Allen could take this statement so calmly.

When the Westland women heard her reply, they marveled at her courage, but shook their heads and advised her to give up her quest.

To his own amazement, Freckles found himself looking fear in the face, and marveled that he was not afraid.

They did so again and again without any apparent good result, and Brother Evans marveled at the cause.


On this page you'll find 10 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to marveled, such as: stare, gape, goggle, gaze, wonder, and be awed.

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