One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Have a very beneficial effect on someone or something.‘a good night's sleep can work wonders for mind and body’
- ‘The loving care of his keepers has worked wonders in Simba, who is able to move around without much difficulty, these days.’
- ‘The mid-term break will do wonders to rest the minds too, because this victory was fashioned and won in the head as much as the flesh.’
- ‘I have recovered from my trek in the mountains, just about, though one must admit it does wonders for the toning, just not so good for the feet.’
- ‘Gunnado Farm near Walkaway has not only wonderful views but it does wonders to help young people find their way.’
- ‘Mountain air does wonders for one's appetite, and there's some memorable cuisine to look forward to.’
- ‘‘A good nights sleep does wonders for the body,’ Mrs. Kerrigan agreed.’
- ‘With time running out, Reed brought Iain Dunn, Matty Albery and Paul Stansfield off the bench and the move worked wonders.’
- ‘Getting a good nights sleep does wonders for your sex life!’
- ‘I think this club does wonders for the area and does wonders for the kids.’
- ‘The addition of surround effects does wonders for the audio space.’
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