In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- To round off the evening, there was a magic show that kept the audience wonderstruck.
- I was wonderstruck when I learnt that the place now known as Silicon Valley once had an opulence of orchards.
- He is wonderstruck by the fact that the camera, a machine, responds quite differently the moment it is placed in different hands.
- ‘A student of mine suggested him and even I was wonderstruck at his natural acting talent and total professionalism,’ says Sashikumar.
- But more recently, as the last line of the climactic ‘Haye re woh din kyon na aye’ faded out at a morning show of the 1960s classic ‘Anuradha’, bad print and all, the sparse hall echoed to wonderstruck applause.
- We see the world and the people around us with wonderstruck eyes.
- She began to float a few inches from the floor, hair rising around her wonderstruck face.
- Their monuments stand in testimony to their beliefs and even today one is wonderstruck at their foresight.
- The men and women from media were left wonderstruck.
- Kaju is wonderstruck by what she sees in this diverse country.
- For many of the visitors, it was their first visit to a big hotel, they were wonderstruck and extremely happy to see how housekeeping was an integral part of a hotel.
- And if you remember, the family left us wonderstruck a year ago when it had the India Gate in New Delhi disappear.
- Every time the enthusiastic traveller is excited because it leaves one wonderstruck at the engineering marvel of the Kottavalasa-Kirandul line on the Waltair Division of the East Coast Railway.
- ‘My first love,’ says the wonderstruck filmmaker.
- Simon's frail, drifting voice is the emotional key to the music, undercutting the epic strokes of his guitar with a sort of wonderstruck humanness.
- Lash didn't bother staring back at his opponent and spent the next silent minutes looking around him and beaming at everyone who was staring wonderstruck at him.
- A world before which one has to relearn how to look, with the large wide-eyed gaze of a wonderstruck child.
- Many are, in fact, wonderstruck, when they speak of their children's ability to keenly observe things.
- I was wonderstruck that he had got two thousand pounds in 1928 by writing a symphony, his No 6, to commemorate the Schubert centenary.
- The stage shook as it resounded with the rhythmic patterns at such speed that evoked gasps from the wonderstruck audience.
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