wonder[ wuhn-der ]SEE DEFINITION OF wonder
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WONDER
"If you still love Paralus, I wonder you can be so quiet and cheerful," said Eudora.
The birds feel it—and wonder at the tune that makes no noise.
"I wonder what the old man will say when he sees me," he soliloquized.
Where is he, I wonder, and how long have I got to wait for him?
I wonder what Will Paine will say when he sees the good care you take of it.
No wonder Florence has a hard time of it; but isn't it wretched of me to gossip?
I wonder how it would seem to live on such an island as this?
To the end of the lives of the spectators, it was a tale of wonder.
But he could not help looking back to wonder at the surprising likeness.
I wonder whether I shall ever be rich enough to live like this!
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR WONDER
- be apprehensive of
- be curious
- be dubious
- be in a quandary
- be puzzled
- be uncertain
- be undetermined
- call in question
- give no credence
- harbor suspicion
- have one's doubts
- have qualms
- not buy
- read differently
- smell a rat
- take dim view of
- wonder at