wonders never cease

wonders never cease
wonders never cease — see wonder, 1
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Main Entry:cease
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wonders never cease
humorous
— used to say that you are happy and surprised by something good that has happened

He was on time for work all week. Wonders never cease!

My story is finally getting published! Will wonders never cease? [=isn't that amazing/surprising?]

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Main Entry:wonder

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  • wonders will never cease — humorous phrase used for saying that you are very surprised and happy about something Jack was on time again this morning. Will wonders never cease? Thesaurus: ways of expressing happiness and pleasuresynonym ways of saying that you are surprised …   Useful english dictionary

  • wonders will never cease — humorous used for saying that you are very surprised and happy about something Jack was on time again this morning. Will wonders never cease? …   English dictionary

  • wonders will never cease — ► wonders will never cease often ironic an exclamation of surprise and pleasure. Main Entry: ↑wonder …   English terms dictionary

  • wonders will never cease — 1776 H. BATES in T. Boaden Private Correspondence of D. Garrick (1823) II. 174 You have heard, no doubt, of his giving me the reversion of a good living in Worcestershire... Wonders will never cease. 1843 C. J. LEVER Jack Hinton I. xx. The by… …   Proverbs new dictionary

  • wonders will never cease —    This saying is used to express pleasure or surprise at something.     The price of petrol has dropped! Wonders will never cease! …   English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

  • wonders will never cease — often ironic an exclamation of surprise and pleasure. → wonder …   English new terms dictionary

  • cease — cease1 W3 [si:s] v [I and T] [Date: 1300 1400; : Old French; Origin: cesser, from Latin cessare to delay , from cedere; CEDE] 1.) formal to stop doing something or stop happening cease to do sth ▪ He ceased to be a member of the association. ▪ …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • cease — 1 verb (I, T) formal to stop doing something or stop happening: cease (doing) sth: The company ceased trading at 6 pm today. | It rained all day without ceasing. | cease sth: The committee decided to cease financial support. | cease to do sth:… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • cease — see wonders will never cease …   Proverbs new dictionary

  • Morcheeba — Морчиба …   Википедия

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