wonder


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When this appeared improbable for that night, I undressed, and went to bed; and, there, I began to wonder fearfully what would be done to me.
Go quickly to the King, and tell him to go to the hill that he may see the wonder you have done with his own eyes.
With hardly less wonder, I turned this way and that, trying to make out how in the world we had come in: for there was no door: and all the walls were thickly covered with the lovely creepers.
Shaking her golden hair, Ada turned her eyes upon me with such laughing wonder that I was full of wonder too, partly at her beauty, partly at her surprise.
With such foundations as these, it is little wonder that Baalbec has lasted so long.
Swinging through the trees with great speed, he reached the point only a moment after the ship had passed out of the harbor, so that he obtained an excellent view of the wonders of this strange, floating house.
I wonder," said Ojo, looking up and down the road, "which way to go.
It's Sunday to-morrow--I do wonder how he'll look, and whether he'll be able to go through the service.
Gardner, with a slight intonation of tolerant wonder.
I wonder whether I have done right in sending him away?
To this story of love and gentleness the wild heathen listened in wonder.
I wonder what it is," speculated Cecily, as the Story Girl left the room.