English version

wonderment

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwondermentwon‧der‧ment /ˈwʌndəmənt $ -dər-/ noun [uncountable]  literarySURPRISED a feeling of pleasant surprise or admiration
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wondermentWhat I did not expect was the excitement, and wonderment, with which all this jargon was voiced.She'd never be able to gaze in wonderment at any sunset again.We gazed in wonderment at the fantastic shape of the small island of Tindholmur as we passed.She stood in wonderment, looking through the great glass observation windows into the centre of the complex.The gap between results and intentions strained his soul, stimulating wonderment.It trades in the primal delight which the hills bring; in their clean innocence and the wonderment they inspire.His body was a sculpture of muscled perfection; his expertise in what he did with it had her breathing with wonderment.
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