View definitions for wonderful
adjective as in great, extraordinary
I love England so much and there are wonderful, wonderful people there.
Taking a bath is a wonderful way to destress after a long day.
It was so wonderful and somewhat of an education to see as many shows as we did.
It is a wonderful thing to learn about, a terrible thing to learn from.
They have a wonderful conversation, and both of them are excited to start a great partnership.
You would drink it, then “take a little nap and after that you feel wonderful,” according to a press agent.
And there are few songs more wonderful to hear her sing than “All I Want for Christmas Is You.”
The interval between possession and hell was short,” he says, “though I admit it was wonderful.
He once remarked to me that “Henry Fonda turns in the same performance year after year and the critics always call it wonderful.”
The only Lena I know of is Lena Horne, a wonderful performer, who is not involved in any flaps, and who is also dead.
So it commands the other sciences in all the wonderful and hidden things of nature and art (pp. 510-511).
Hasten the time, and remember the end, that they may declare thy wonderful works.
The works of God are exceedingly glorious and wonderful: no man is able sufficiently to praise him.
There are great and wonderful works: a variety of beasts, and of all living things, and the monstrous creatures of whales.
Next morning Judy shouted that there was a rat in the nursery, and thus he forgot to tell her the wonderful news.
On this page you'll find 144 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to wonderful, such as: admirable, amazing, astonishing, awesome, brilliant, and cool.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.