wonder

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈwʌndə/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/ˈwʌndɚ/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(wundər)

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wonder

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
v
  1. I wonder [what, how, why, when, where, who]
  2. wonder what will happen if
  3. wonder what happened here
  4. wonder what became of her
  5. wonder what he would [say, do] (if)
  6. wonder how [they did it, it's done]
  7. wonder how old she is
  8. wondering how it could have happened
  9. can't help wondering why she [doesn't, won't, hasn't]
  10. I wonder why not?
  11. wonder when he'll [come back, realize]
  12. wonder where he [went, is]
  13. wonder who it [is, could be]
  14. I wonder [if, whether]
  15. wonder if he ever [thinks, goes, knew]
  16. wonder if he made it (home) safely
  17. wonder if anyone [survived, made it out alive]
  18. was wondering if you could [help me, do me a favor]
  19. I wonder, [could, would] you...?
  20. wonder whether she [knows, realizes, cares]
  21. wonder whether or not
  22. wonder about [space, science, God]
  23. wonder at the [size, scale, beauty] of
  24. wonder at her [ability, intelligence, beauty]
  25. I [sometimes, often, occasionally] wonder
  26. wondering to himself
  27. found myself wondering
n
  1. the seven wonders of the world
  2. is a natural wonder (of)
  3. a wonder of the [modern, ancient] world
  4. a wonder of [nature, construction, life]
  5. [just, simply] one of [nature's] wonders
  6. [filled, overcome] with wonder (at)
  7. [filled] with wonder at the [sight, beauty, intricacy] (of)
  8. (filled with) childlike wonder
  9. with the wonder of a child
  10. the wonder of childbirth
  11. wonders never cease to amaze me!
  12. will wonders never cease!
  13. it's no (small) wonder that she [is upset, failed the test]
  14. it's a wonder he [refused, accepted, passed, agreed]
  15. felt wonder at [seeing, experiencing, reading]
  16. a [feeling, sensation] of wonder
  17. a [place, site, building, construction] of wonder
n as adj
  1. (she is) a wonder [child, student]
  2. a wonder [food, fruit, grain]
  3. a wonder [cure, remedy, drug] (for)
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