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Correct spelling:
A wonder; something deviating from natural laws.
prodigy (noun)
shocker, magician, crackerjack, luminary, curiosity, oddity, talent, rarity, genius, star, spectacle, stunner, phenomenon, wizard, thunderbolt, whiz, expert, paragon, wonder, marvel, mahatma, sensation, prodigy.
Other synonyms:
angel, archangel, classic, blasphemy, blessing, splendor, inspiration, portent, dumb luck, lottery, good, blasphemous, fortune, wonderment, dream, article of faith, angelic, luck, blaspheme, absolution, caution, bless, the sublime, revelation, fortunately, masterpiece, fortuitous, hot, supernatural occurrence, flash, supernatural, astonishment, fortunate, model, thoroughbred, beginner's luck, charmed.
Examples of usage:
  1. " It's some kind of a miracle," she whispered. - "Eight Keys to Eden", Mark Irvin Clifton.
  2. It would seem that some miracle has happened." - "The Complete Historical Romances of Georg Ebers", Georg Ebers.
  3. The miracle was that I was not more so. - "Lourdes", Robert Hugh Benson.

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