The Correct spelling is: wonder
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- One that arouses awe, astonishment, surprise, or admiration; a marvel: â€œThe decision of one age or country is a wonder to anotherâ€ (John Stuart Mill).
- The emotion aroused by something awe-inspiring, astounding, or marvelous: gazed with wonder at the northern lights.
- An event inexplicable by the laws of nature; a miracle.
- A feeling of puzzlement or doubt.
- often Wonder A monumental human creation regarded with awe, especially one of seven monuments of the ancient world that appeared on various lists of late antiquity.
v., -dered, -derÂ·ing, -ders. v.intr.
- To have a feeling of awe or admiration; marvel: â€œShe wondered at all the things civilization can teach a woman to endureâ€ (Frances Newman).
- To have a feeling of surprise.
- To be filled with curiosity or doubt.
To feel curiosity or be in doubt about: wondered what happened. adj.
- Arousing awe or admiration.
- Far superior to anything formerly recognized or foreseen.
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- As a cause for surprise; surprisingly.
[Middle English, from Old English wundor.]wonderer won'derÂ·er n.
SYNONYMS wonder, marvel, miracle, phenomenon, prodigy, sensation. These nouns denote one that evokes amazement or admiration: saw the wonders of Paris; a marvel of modern technology; a miracle of culinary art; a phenomenon of medical science; a musical prodigy; the theatrical sensation of the season.