[ fawr-wuhn-der ]
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Part of Speech verb
Origin + Etymology
Middle English From forwonderen, equivalent to for- + wonder. Compare German verwundern.
  • admire
  • astonish
  • consufe
  • doubt
  • fascinate
  • fear
  • shock
  • surprise
  • feel certain
  • disregard
  • to expect
to astonish; fill with wonder or amazement
A) We forwondered at the sight of the Eiffel Tower. B) The new parents forwondered while seeing their newborn child for the first time.
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