English version

wondrous

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwondrouswon‧drous /ˈwʌndrəs/ adjective literary  GOOD/EXCELLENTgood or impressive in a surprising way
Examples from the Corpus
wondrousThe versatility of the space is increased and the quality of its output is supposed to be wondrous.Both Clinton and Reagan showed their wondrous can-do spirit from the start.A wondrous city, its high towers resembling the Jukeboxes of the Gods.And in his mind there was firmly sown, A lovely and a wondrous dream.Stalactites and stalagmites in wondrous formations diminish the sense of bare rock walls.His amazement can be imagined when there appeared be-fore him the wondrous forms of the three great goddesses.After hoisting aboard the almost wondrous performance of the aircraft probably the most important single element to master was asymmetric flying.Suddenly, he held up a wondrous ring upon his finger, and vanished from sight.
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