marvellously marvellously


  • (adv) (used as an intensifier) extremely well


  1. Washed marvellously with sorrow, swift to mirth.
  2. He never took music lessons but can play the organ marvellously.
  3. At its best, this gives his pictures a marvellously laconic poetry, as in the shot of an Afghan tribesman washing his cups by the side of a lake in the Hindu Kush.


  1. "I love going to graveyards. I love going to graveyards not because they're spooky, but because there's something marvellously restful. You know, you've got all these headstones. They have these wonderful little messages on them," Gaiman said.
    on Sep 27, 2008 By: Neil Gaiman Source: News1130

  2. "I think the kind of form and the fitness he is in, if he decides to comeback it will be wonderful," former Test cricketer Abbas Ali Baig told IANS. "He has adapted himself marvellously in the shorter format of the game. When he decided not...
    on Mar 23, 2010 By: Abbas Ali Baig Source:

  3. "Jan did marvellously last year and I played beside him quite a bit in the two games in Switzerland which is encouraging," McDonald said. "He is a great target man and I haven't played with one of those for a while. In fact, I was usually the...
    on Jul 9, 2007 By: Scott McDonald Source: Team talk

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