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wuhn der muhnt

  • n  the feeling aroused by something strange and surprising

  • That sparkly wonderment is gone.
  • Their songs have the phantom soul of the Band, the Celtic wonderment of their compatriot Van Morrison and some of the assertiveness of punk, refined into lyrical morality plays.
  • She hopped in for a swim, and he looked on in wonderment as she steadied herself with her toes against the pool wall and stretched out to float serenely on her back, her long brown .
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  • Laughter, life lessons, and lemon-drops at Bullet Catch
    A near capacity audience at the Emmett Robinson Theatre at the College of Charleston sat enthralled, laughing and applauding and gasping in wonderment, through Rob Drummond’s Bullet Catch , even after we were invited to leave by the performer.
    June 6, 2013 - Charleston City Paper

  • Chen Shi-Zheng in International Herald Tribune
    I go back and read it, it's like a spiritual journey or wandering. You feel young again, you feel renewed a sense of wonderment,Chen said.
  • Donna Summer in Billboard
    My dream is that when people hear the music it will remind them of their youth, their childhood and the joy and wonderment they felt exploring their first pack of crayons,Summer says.
  • Wade Phillips in USA Today
    That's about how it went with us,Phillips said. "We felt like we got shot about 16 times and we lived through it, so it was a wonderment."

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