Definition of wonderful in English:

wonderful

adjective

  • Inspiring delight, pleasure, or admiration; extremely good; marvelous.

    ‘they all think she's wonderful’
    ‘the climate was wonderful all the year round’
    • ‘What a wonderful thing fantasy is when we can suspend the responsibly rule for a while.’
    • ‘It will enrich the amazing melange of sounds that make up this wonderful new South Africa.’
    • ‘It had been such a wonderful day and the beautiful evening was its crowning glory.’
    • ‘What a wonderful sight it was to see so many beautiful boats on the lough at the same time.’
    • ‘How wonderful it would have been if we were to agree with each other on all the things.’
    • ‘It was wonderful to be alive and young on that sunny day after a close brush with death.’
    • ‘It's a wonderful idea to do this incredible and strange show around such pictures.’
    • ‘If it happens, it will be a first for the town and may turn out to be a wonderful idea.’
    • ‘It is a substantial piece of work and a wonderful, and inspiring, record of bravery.’
    • ‘I turned up the music and let the car be filled with the wonderful sound of Aerosmith once more.’
    • ‘It was wonderful to see a synagogue which had so far been only a word to me in the Bible.’
    • ‘He has a wonderful work ethic and speed to burn, so like I say it is just a matter of time.’
    • ‘What a fantastic idea, and what a wonderful way to learn more about Roman history!’
    • ‘I had never been abroad before, and the few of my friends who had been had made it sound wonderful.’
    • ‘I have been in contact with a wonderful band who are very keen to come to Pewsey and play.’
    • ‘At the resort we met some wonderful folks that we hope we'll get a chance to see again.’
    • ‘If he's on the tube we can just mute the gabble and marvel at his wonderful face instead.’
    • ‘Her takes were wonderful and we were really delighted with what she did on set.’
    • ‘Wave after wave of pure pleasure washed over her and she could not believe how wonderful it felt.’
    • ‘It was the very early stages of what has become an amazing and wonderful relationship.’
    marvellous, magnificent, superb, glorious, sublime, lovely, delightful, first-class, first-rate
    super, great, smashing, amazing, amazeballs, fantastic, terrific, tremendous, sensational, incredible, heavenly, gorgeous, dreamy, grand, fabulous, fab, fabby, fantabulous, supercalifragilisticexpialidocious, awesome, magic, ace, cool, mean, bad, wicked, mega, crucial, mind-blowing, far out, a1, sound, out of this world, marvy, spanking, dope, def, phat
    brilliant, brill
    peachy, dandy, jim-dandy, neat, badass, boss, radical, rad, boffo, bully, bitching, bodacious
    beaut, bonzer
    kif, lank
    groovy, divine
    capital, champion, wizard, corking, cracking, ripping, spiffing, top-hole, topping, beezer
    swell, keen
    wondrous
    goodly
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Origin

Late Old English wunderfull (see wonder, -ful).

Pronunciation:

wonderful

/ˈwəndərfəl/