marvelling marvelling


  1. (n) something that causes feelings of wonder
  2. (v) be amazed at
  3. (v) express astonishment or surprise about something


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  1. I love jokes about orange penises as much as the next guy or gal, but that scene just didn't need that many actors marvelling over the same strange sight.
  2. So in between wondering if Palau is actually a country and--hey, looking good over there, Eritrea!--marvelling at the discrepancy between 7 ft.
  3. Investigation by marvelling observers suggested that Senator Caraway had been so carried away he had no idea of what he was saying.


  • Little things lifted Lions to opening win

    Before the game even started, before Garry Gilliam ever stopped that Syracuse touchdown, DaQuan Jones was marvelling at his teammate.Gilliam had spent the offseason bulking up for the switch from tight end to right tackle, where he started Saturday.
    on September 2, 2013     Source: Times Leader


  1. "You brought a great team over here again," Azinger told Europe captain Nick Faldo last night soon after the Virgin Atlantic airbus from Heathrow had touched down in Louisville. "I've been kind of marvelling at how well all of you guys have...
    on Sep 15, 2008 By: Paul Azinger Source:

  2. "If I live 100 years to be an old lady with grey hair, I'll keep marvelling at what I saw, what I lived through yesterday," Betancourt said. "It's a miracle."
    on Jul 3, 2008 By: Ingrid Betancourt Source: News24

  3. "I just remember being pregnant and marvelling at the hugeness of every area of my body," Jennifer said. "I'd stand there naked and look in the mirror from all angles. I did marvel at how my already ample rear end was now humongous!"
    on Apr 19, 2010 By: Jennifer Lopez Source:

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