1 Buda-Pesth seems a wonderful place, from the glimpse which I got of it from the train and the little I could walk through the streets.
2 For a man who was never in the country, and who did not evidently do much in the way of business, his knowledge and acumen were wonderful.
3 I was at first interested and somewhat amused, for it is wonderful how small a matter will interest and amuse a man when he is a prisoner.
4 I can fancy what a wonderful power he must have over his patients.
5 It is wonderful, however, what intellectual recuperative power lunatics have, for within a few minutes he stood up quite calmly and looked around him.
6 That is a wonderful machine, but it is cruelly true.
7 As I learned from the researches of my friend Arminus of Buda-Pesth, he was in life a most wonderful man.
8 I feel a wonderful peace and rest to-night.
9 It is really wonderful how much resilience there is in human nature.
10 Mina is now sleeping like a little child; it is a wonderful thing that her faculty of sleep remains to her in the midst of her terrible trouble.
11 He has been shopping too, and has sent home such a wonderful lot of fur coats and wraps, and all sorts of warm things.
12 By-and-by we find all the things which Jonathan have note in that wonderful diary of him.
13 He had found a wonderful spot, a sort of natural hollow in a rock, with an entrance like a doorway between two boulders.
14 Such a book being there was wonderful enough; but still more astounding were the notes penciled in the margin, and plainly referring to the text.
15 I keep a diary in order to enter the wonderful secrets of my life.
The Importance of Being Earnest By Oscar WildeGet Context In SECOND ACT