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Use "marvellously" in a sentence
"What Kinnear portrays marvellously is a deeply rational intellectual seeking to cope with a world that makes increasingly less sense: his only recourse is a despair that leads him to hole himself in what looks like a student bedsit and then a subversivness that prompts him to hand out T-shirts showing a smiling villain."
"From it I gathered that I was called a marvellously great sultan, a protector of the poor, and other Arabian Nights titles."
"It was hard to believe that these youths were not quite sixteen, though man's estate was then accounted reached at an age which we should call marvellously immature in these more modern days."