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Correct spelling:
A wonder.
wonder (noun)
wonder, fascination, amazement, wonderment, shock, bewilderment, astonishment, awe, reverence.
wonder (verb)
stare, fascinate, astonish, wonder, gawk, engross, astound, bewilder, gape.
prodigy (noun)
shocker, magician, crackerjack, luminary, curiosity, oddity, talent, rarity, genius, star, spectacle, stunner, phenomenon, wizard, thunderbolt, whiz, expert, paragon, wonder, miracle, mahatma, sensation, prodigy.
Other synonyms:
feelings, portent, caution, dream, reel, excite, catch your breath, flash, not know what hit you, wonder, thoroughbred, enquire, dread, model, boggle, classic, inquire, shudder at, good, admiration, amaze, do a double take, question, start, inspiration, be taken aback, splendor, masterpiece, the sublime.
Examples of usage:
  1. And all the time he doesn't know it; but goes his way crowned with a modesty which is the marvel and the wonder of this most marvellous of ages. - "At Love's Cost", Charles Garvice.
  2. I cannot help thinking that you must have some grudge against me; but I marvel that you do not open out your mind to me, because it may be something which is wholly false. - "The Life of Michelangelo Buonarroti", John Addington Symonds.
  3. It was among the Christians a marvel sore to some, For never had they heard it, since but newly were they come. - "The Lay of the Cid", R. Selden Rose and Leonard Bacon.

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