Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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Evan, was there ever a more wonderful work to do in the world than that?

But their likeness is a stranger and more wonderful thing than any of their unlikenesses.

Is it more wonderful than that he should have thought of marrying Cecilia Holt?

God made the trees, and they were more wonderful, he thought, for his part.

I think it may be truly said it would be more wonderful if they did.

"It's more wonderful than the May-day party," whispered Winifred.

As to Mozart, he was, as a musical Genius, more wonderful than all.

Her beauty was more wonderful than he had ever been able to imagine.

I've always been expecting things to be more wonderful than they ever have been.

They are not more gifted than the Basques, and their antiquity is not more wonderful.