miraculous

[ mi-rak-yuh-luhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF miraculous

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MIRACULOUS

The knowledge that comes from the blue is not like that—it is more important and miraculous.

All at once, Jason bethought himself of the galley's miraculous figure-head.

But in his heart he was almost awed by the miraculous cleverness of the English police.

The miraculous, which could not be verified, must be a food necessary to human despair.

The escape, if the Captain's story were true, appeared to border upon the miraculous.

And with a miraculous youthful ease I understood all that I saw and heard.

Your codes are blind without the miraculous torches which this Office can light.

Was it unreasonable to look for the miraculous when his world was falling in ruins about him?

Her whole being was going through a miraculous convalescence.

The invariable mark of wisdom is to see the miraculous in the common.

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