What is another word for Wonders?

Pronunciation: [wˈʌndəz] (IPA)

"Wonders" is a word that describes something that is extraordinary, amazing, or awe-inspiring. There are several synonyms for this word that can be used to describe the same feeling of wonder. Some of the synonyms for wonders include marvels, miracles, phenomena, prodigies, curiosities, and spectacles. Each of these words can be used to highlight the unusual or exceptional qualities of something, whether it be a natural wonder, a scientific discovery, or a cultural artifact. Utilizing these synonyms for wonders can add variation and interest to your writing, and help you express your awe and admiration for all that is remarkable in the world.

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Usage examples for Wonders

And Moses and Aaron did all these Wonders before Pharaoh; and the Lord made strong Pharaoh's heart, and he did not let the children of Israel go out of his land.
"The Expositor's Bible: The Book of Exodus"
G. A. Chadwick
One Wonders how far their climate and their faith contribute towards the result as we see it.
"The Furnace"
Rose Macaulay
Let him have a good long look at the Wonders of the place.
"The Hilltop Boys on Lost Island"
Cyril Burleigh

Famous quotes with Wonders

  • We weren't One Hit Wonders. We had a few hits.
    Gary Cherone
  • Wonders will never cease.
    David Garrick
  • In the 1970s, for all the Stevie Wonders, I'm sure there were five artists that were making forgettable music.
    John Legend
  • Troy: Welcome to the Knowledgeum, I'm Troy McClure. You may remember me from such automated information kiosks as "Welcome to Springfield Airport" and "Where's Nordstrom?" While you're enjoying our Hall of Wonders, your car unfortunately will be subject to repeated break-ins and... [Fades]
    Phil Hartman
  • Ravens and crows. Rats. Mists and clouds. Insects and corruption. Strange events and odd occurences. The ordinary twisted and strange. Wonders. The dead are beginning to walk and some see them. Others do not, but more and more, we all fear the night. These have been our days. They rain upon us beneath a dead sky, crushing us with their fury, until as one, we beg, "Let it begin."
    Robert Jordan

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