But he's written a wonderful
story, telling how he happened to come across the ancient manuscripts in the tomb of some old Indian whose mummy he unearthed on a trip to Central America.
The news spread rapidly throughout the city and everyone came to see the wonderful
The jewels which encircled her neck were priceless and dazzling; the soft material of her gown, the most delicate shade of sea green, seemed to foam about her feet, a wonderful
triumph of allegoric dressmaking.
He knew that he had written a great book--a book that would score a wonderful
success--a book that would LIVE.
After the wonderful
success of "Ozma of Oz" it is evident that Dorothy has become a firm fixture in these Oz stories.
For the wonderful
beauty that had so fascinated Basil Hallward, and many others besides him, seemed never to leave him.
The old witch grew angry, and said, 'Such a cloak is a wonderful
thing, it is seldom to be had in the world, and have it I must and will.
Thus, as I believe, the most wonderful
of all known instincts, that of the hive-bee, can be explained by natural selection having taken advantage of numerous, successive, slight modifications of simpler instincts; natural selection having by slow degrees, more and more perfectly, led the bees to sweep equal spheres at a given distance from each other in a double layer, and to build up and excavate the wax along the planes of intersection.
The visit, certainly, was a delightful one, but before it was over, Pollyanna was realizing that they were talking about something besides the wonderful
things in the beautiful carved box.
I thought the surf at the Cliff House was wonderful
, but it gave no idea of this.
For, viewed in this light, the wonderful
comparative smallness of his brain proper is more than compensated by the wonderful
comparative magnitude of his spinal cord.
Joe was usually such a quiet, gentle little fellow that it was wonderful
to see him so roused.