In this teaching, and marvelling ever at its beauty, Edward grew to manhood.
I am marvelling, for one thing, that you should have waited thirty years.
Marvelling at the greatness of her spirit, he grew—all unconsciously—the more enslaved.
When the Hyrcanians heard this they led the way as he ordered, marvelling at his strength of soul.
Often as she slept I watched her, marvelling at the fine perfection of her face.
We sat up late at night reading that book, marvelling at our good fortune.
Marvelling, the king asked, 'Damsel, for what cause are ye girded with that sword?'
And Enid went before him on her palfrey, marvelling what all this might mean.
It was no time for marvelling by what strange chance I had been brought there to hear what I did.
All were marvelling at his dignity, courage, and generosity.