Which preposition to use with wonderful

in Occurrences 87%

He had seen the body of the future, before its extreme shadows had darkened other men's vision; and the whole course of his timid bearing, even including his flight from the Lugra, was interpreted into a prudent and prophetic policy, wonderful in its progress and sublime in its consequences.

than Occurrences 75%

She looked after him with great respect, scarcely knowing why; but it seemed to her that a man who had been in the land of darkness, and made his way out of it, must be more wonderful than any other.

to Occurrences 73%

He was not in white flannels now, but he looked almost as wonderful to the girl in his gray business suit, with the air of easy command, and the quiet half-smile only latent on his face.

of Occurrences 43%

" "I think that's wonderful of you!" said Mary.

for Occurrences 34%

Lenore's heart shook as she distinguished a phrase here and there, for Jim's letter had been wonderful for her.

as Occurrences 33%

Her giant effort, crowned with a success as wonderful as the effort itself, is worthily described by the author of this book.

with Occurrences 14%

It is a separate creation, equally wonderful with the master, but not human.

about Occurrences 8%

It was wonderful about punctuation; how many times a day life was "wonderful" to the growing child!

at Occurrences 5%

Mr. E. W. Pugin designed the building, which externally does not look very wonderful at present; but, when completed, it will be a handsome place.

beyond Occurrences 5%

The prospect is wonderful beyond our present conception, and full of increasing glory if we realize the true foundation on which it rests.

from Occurrences 3%

It's wonderful from here after twilight.

like Occurrences 1%

" "Well, if he gave it you so long ago as that it can't be the same, I suppose, but it's wonderful like it.

on Occurrences 1%

By nature, as heavenly and divine things, and those things the causes of which are obscure, as those things which are wonderful on the earth and in the world, from which and from things resembling which, if you only take care, you will be able to draw many arguments for amplifying the dignity of the cause which you are advocating.

out Occurrences 1%

A full moon rose red and wonderful out of a bank of inky cloud, lighting the darkness with an oddly tropical effect.

over Occurrences 1%

Age, history, situation, setting, sanctitythe Dome of the Rock has the advantage of all those, and the purple sky, crowded with coloured stars beyond it is more wonderful over Jerusalem, because of the clearness of the mountain air.

past Occurrences 1%

The first night in the jungleand Muztagh found it wonderful past all dreams.

among Occurrences 1%

But most beautiful among her beauties, most wonderful among her wonders, are her children.

after Occurrences 1%

They had just laid down asphalt for the first time in the streets of Paris, and the quiet of the boulevards was wonderful after the rattling London streets.

by Occurrences 1%

Noel and Mooka Down on the shore, that same bright June afternoon, little Noel and his sister Mooka were going on wonderful sledge journeys, meeting wolves and polar bears and caribou and all sorts of adventures, more wonderful by far than any that ever came to imagination astride of a rocking-horse.

into Occurrences 1%

It is perfectly wonderful into what kinds of business I was forced, all foreign to my taste.

Which preposition to use with  wonderful