Definition for wonder

noun as in something that is amazing

verb as in doubt; ponder

verb as in be amazed

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Example Sentences

It’s no wonder advertisers are looking for more answers and clearer communication.

Little wonder then why those advertisers are debating whether their agencies are up to the task.

From Digiday

Sometimes, changing responsibilities, allowing for more flexibility, and decreasing your employees’ workloads can work wonders.

From Fortune

The modern business world, Socrates would say, doesn’t make space for wonder.

From Fortune

Given today’s valuations, the overall big-cap market can’t hand you a strong future return without working wonders.

From Fortune

Really, is it any wonder that fluoride should freak people out?

I wonder what that lady is doing now, and if she knows what she set in motion with Archer?

But we are afraid and we wonder to ourselves who will be next.

Is it any wonder that the interests of large corporations and unions get to the front of the line?

I often wonder what contributions to art and innovation society would have gathered if not for how it treats trans individuals.

The "new world" was really found in the wonder-years of the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.

Her feet felt rooted to the floor in the wonder and doubt of this strange occurrence.

It was no wonder that he felt quite at home in the duck-pond, which was made for web-footed folk.

I don't care, it ain't nice, and I wonder aunt brought us to such a place.

We met like hostile bulls, and wonder not that we should plunge at once upon each other's horns!


On this page you'll find 144 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to wonder, such as: admiration, astonishment, awe, bewilderment, confusion, and curiosity.

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