No wonder Dulce had been so upset.
No wonder he was upset in the stair room.
"I wonder what can have happened to the boy," he said; and he opened the door and looked out.
As I walked on the railroad causeway, I used to wonder at the halo of light around my shadow, and would fain fancy myself one of the elect.
No wonder he didn't ask her to leave.
"Yes, I wonder, too," said Christopher.
I wonder how much they have reaped.
He is a real dancer, a wonder! he said.
No wonder Bordeaux was so taken with her.
I've been asking a lot of questions of my old network pals and some of them are beginning to wonder why I'm so interested in crime when they think a retiree should be out fishing or chasing a little white ball.
"I wonder if these people never sleep," said the girl.
The huge forms of these monarchs of the forest and jungle were enough to strike terror to the stoutest heart, and it is no wonder Jim was afraid to face them.
Only a person can do a job if it requires a sense of justice or a sense of wonder or any of the thousands of things a machine will never be able to do.
I had always lived far inland and had never had so much as a whiff of salt air; but I had read in a big book called "Our World" a description of the ocean which filled me with wonder and an intense longing to touch the mighty sea and feel it roar.
"I wonder if Alex reminded me it was his money because he thinks I spend it unwisely," Carmen mused aloud.
I wonder if you'd still feel that way if your child was sick in the hospital.
"I'm beginning to wonder myself," Dusty admitted.
Bianca was cooking something that made him wonder if the vamp killed their lunch, too.
I wonder if they would treat me nicely if I went there again.
"I wonder why we didn't think of something like that long ago," said his father.
As I recall that visit North I am filled with wonder at the richness and variety of the experiences that cluster about it.
I heard him with a child's wonder and delight.
These letters are, however, not merely remarkable as the productions of a deaf and blind girl, to be read with wonder and curiosity; they are good letters almost from the first.
I suppose some of them wonder how we keep the lines so straight so I will try to tell them how it is done.
We did not wonder that the great French artist thought the place worthy to be the home of his grand ideal.
I wonder why it is so difficult and perplexing for a deaf child to learn to speak when it is so easy for other people; but I am sure I shall speak perfectly some time if I am only patient....
But, much as I wonder that I, only a little girl of fourteen, should come in contact with so many distinguished people, I do realize that I am a very happy child, and very grateful for the many beautiful privileges I have enjoyed.
I wonder what becomes of lost opportunities.
"I wonder if God is punishing us," she mused.
I just wonder what his angle is.
True feelings lay hidden in the wonder of what we'd accomplished.
A shopman who entered told her that her husband had gone with others to the cathedral, whence they were fetching the wonder- working icon of Smolensk.
They went away even before the battle of Borodino and still more rapidly after it, despite Rostopchin's calls to defend Moscow or the announcement of his intention to take the wonder-working icon of the Iberian Mother of God and go to fight, or of the balloons that were to destroy the French, and despite all the nonsense Rostopchin wrote in his broadsheets.
It's such pain, you know, that I wonder how he can bear it.
I only wonder that the fate of Russia could have been entrusted to such a man.
Denisov wore a Cossack coat, had a beard, had an icon of Nicholas the Wonder-Worker on his breast, and his way of speaking and everything he did indicated his unusual position.
I wonder you're not ashamed!
Had Nicholas been able to analyze his feelings he would have found that his steady, tender, and proud love of his wife rested on his feeling of wonder at her spirituality and at the lofty moral world, almost beyond his reach, in which she had her being.
"I wonder why they didn't kill us on the spot," remarked Zeb, who had lost his king in the struggle.
He looked with wonder at the houses on either side, and at the faces of the children who stood in the doorways as he passed.
I wonder who he is.
I do not wonder thee thinks eighty three years a long time, but to me it seems but a very little while since I was a boy no older than thee, playing on the old farm at Haverhill.