Definition of wondrous in English:

wondrous

adjective

literary
  • Inspiring a feeling of wonder or delight; marvellous:

    ‘this wondrous city’
    • ‘Most imagine a wondrous city or a verdant garden where human beings come face to face with God.’
    • ‘Spring is a wondrous time full of marvelous sights, sounds and smells.’
    • ‘Over the past few days I have seen the most amazing and wondrous sight.’
    • ‘Magic town is a wondrous land where all sorts of glorious and spellbinding things take place.’
    • ‘Back before any of us were here on earth, Ira Gershwin was writing divine, clever and wondrous lyrics for another age.’
    marvellous, magnificent, superb, glorious, sublime, lovely, delightful, first-class, first-rate
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adverb

archaic
  • [as submodifier] Marvellously; wonderfully:

    ‘she is grown wondrous pretty’

Origin

Late 15th century: alteration of obsolete wonders (adjective and adverb), genitive of wonder, on the pattern of marvellous.

Pronunciation:

wondrous

/ˈwʌndrəs/