[ US /ˈmɑɹvəɫəsɫi/ ]
(used as an intensifier) extremely well
the colors changed wondrously slowly
her voice is superbly disciplined
How To Use marvelously In A Sentence
- Five miles and 1000 vertical feet had a marvelously dissuasive effect on the competition. The Road to New Waters
- The downscale springs are marvelously unsupervised, especially at night.
- This recipe is marvellously simple and quick.
- The stage was marvellously decorated to look like a shabby pub with its bar stools, spongy seats, Guinness mirrors and jukebox.
- These marvellously embellished cups are the best thing that ever came from fox-hunting. THE TARTAN RINGERS
- Capes, big brass buttons, skinny knits belted over print dresses, together with marvellously subtle colour combinations made for one of the most beautiful collections in Milan.
- There were neither lifeboats nor mortar-apparatus in those days, but there were the same willing hearts and stout arms then as now, and in a marvellously short space of time, hundreds of the able-bodied men of the town, gentle and semple, were assembled on these wild cliffs, with torches, rope, &c.; in short, with all the appliances for saving life that the philanthropy of the times had invented or discovered. The Lighthouse
- That was a rightwing fiesta, including a graf coming after the summary of the Democrats response to the Prez that was an almost perfect piece of punditland dreamery, with intimations of Broder marvelously woven into it: Matthew Yglesias » Al-Qaeda in Iraq
- They are marvellously done, and they have caused a stir of approval in this country, while also raising doubts.
- The thick tan leather strap improves with age and feels marvellously comfortable to wear.