EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WONDROUSLY
The scene of that service must have been wondrously beautiful and impressive.
Only one street from here my ogre materialized again, or some one wondrously like him.
He had eyes only for the girl; who was so wondrously, so completely, like his wife.
It was wondrously fine, finer than anything Andy had done until then.
As they show against the sky, they are wondrously elegant and graceful.
You can depend upon it that all this kept me wondrously busy.
The face on which I gazed was wondrously beautiful, and severely awful.
Oh, Madeline, how wondrously beloved, how unspeakably dear thou art to me!
But is your home really so lovely, so wondrously rich in song?
He is only suggestive, but wondrously so at times, as in his poems.
c.1500, from Middle English wonders (adj.), c.1300, originally genitive of wonder (n.), with suffix altered by influence of marvelous, etc.