miraculously

[ mi-rak-yuh-luhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF miraculously
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Sidney raised her head, but she could not see the miraculously found Edwardes.

Yes, Dorothy's sight had been restored to her as miraculously as it had been taken from her.

Cheyne was flying to meet the only son, so miraculously restored to him.

How miraculously (said he) has God preserv'd this blessed book.

The bakery was one of the few buildings that had been miraculously spared.

Somehow, miraculously, he had picked him from among the hundreds.

The one villain is swept away, and we two are miraculously saved.

If they had not been miraculously guided, they would not have come by twos and sevens.

Desperately I seized the bars of the window and miraculously they parted.

Miraculously Professor Carbonic opened his eyes, and rose to his feet.

WORD ORIGIN

mid-15c., from Middle French miraculeux, from Medieval Latin miraculosus, from Latin miraculum "miracle, marvel, wonder" (see miracle). Related: Miraculously (early 15c.); miraculousness.

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