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synonyms for marvelled

  • gape
  • stare
  • gaze
  • goggle
  • wonder
  • be awed
  • be surprised
  • feel surprise
  • stand in awe
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  • expect
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How to use marvelled in a sentence

Then they put their nipped and tucked creations into a ski-flexing machine, take down the numbers, and nod at the marvel of their lightweight strength.
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When they heard the story they marvelled and swore they had never heard of any gratitude in a guerrilla's heart before.
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And he gave him no answer, not even to one word: insomuch that the governor marvelled greatly.
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But Garnache caught the trend of her mind, and he marvelled to see how strong a habit of thought can be.
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Evelyn Cadwalader was always of delicate health, and when a quick consumption carried her off no one marvelled.
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Jane marvelled at the concessions that had been made to her, at the extent to which things were being done for her.
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British officers marvelled that Howe did not attack Washington while his army was in so miserable a state.
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Could Mrs. Henley have looked behind the scenes she would have marvelled.
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How had she acquired the art, he marvelled, spending life in a place which her father had described as “precious wild.”
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And Beladon, looking in his face, marvelled to see it drawn and white, as of one who strives with an agony of mortal pain.
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