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Where is the sense of wonder we felt when we were younger?
Her eyes were wide with wonder and awe.
She gazed at the ocean in wonder.
Fresh air and exercise do wonders for your health.
They have worked wonders with kids that other schools had rejected.
With such talented players, is it any wonder they won?
Your writing is so small, it’s a wonder anyone can read it.
With someone trying to sell you things every time you pick up the phone, it’s no wonder people screen their calls.
Jack was on time again this morning. Will wonders never cease?
This is the American English definition of wonder. View British English definition of wonder.
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