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Dime store museums, with their magicians, musicians, actors, charlatans, freaks, ventriloquists, and animal acts, each claiming to be the most marvelous of them all, were on the rise.
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Just goes to show you that manageable can still be marvelous.
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It manages by relying almost exclusively on Lauren Graham and her marvelous expressiveness to carry everything.
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Plus, it makes a marvelous gift for parents and kids birthdays.
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Silk is a marvelous material with a long history and has many uses.
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The rapid spread of the revolt was not a whit less marvelous than its lack of method or cohesion.
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There was a while when I developed a marvelous capacity for dodging invitations to Fort Walsh.
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The marvelous improvements in mechanism and tone production and control in 1886 to 1913 by Robt.
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The box made the round of the table, and every one was fervently eloquent about the marvelous resemblance.
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Yet the word vagrant is a misnomer in this city, where economy has reached a finesse that is marvelous.
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WORDS RELATED TO MARVELOUS

  • bizarre
  • exotic
  • extraordinary
  • marvelous
  • mysterious
  • novel
  • oddball
  • peculiar
  • puzzling
  • quaint
  • queer
  • rare
  • remarkable
  • singular
  • strange
  • unconventional
  • unexpected
  • unique
  • unorthodox
  • unusual
  • weird
  • wonderful
  • distinguished
  • eminent
  • excellent
  • exceptional
  • fantastic
  • incredible
  • marvelous
  • phenomenal
  • rare
  • remarkable
  • splendid
  • sterling
  • uncommon
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