Etymology
Advertisement

wondrous (adj.)

c. 1500, from Middle English wonders (adj.), early 14c., originally genitive of wonder (n.), with suffix altered by influence of marvelous, etc. As an adverb from 1550s. Related: Wondrously; wondrousness.

Others are reading

Advertisement
Advertisement
Definitions of wondrous
1
wondrous (adv.)
(used as an intensifier) extremely well;
Synonyms: wonderfully / wondrously / superbly / toppingly / marvellously / terrifically / marvelously
2
wondrous (adj.)
extraordinarily good or great; used especially as intensifiers;
From wordnet.princeton.edu