marvellous (adv.) Old form(s): maruailous , marueilous , maruellous , marue'lous , maruels , maruel's, maru'llous , meruaylous
very, extremely, exceedingly
2H4 II.iv.27[Hostess to Doll] that's a marvellous searching wine
2H4 V.i.30[Davy to Shallow, of Falstaff's men] they have marvellous foul linen
AW IV.iii.155[Parolles to First Soldier] the rogues are marvellous poor
CE IV.iii.58[Courtesan to Antipholus of Syracuse] Your man and you are marvellous merry
Cor IV.v.29[Third Servingman to Coriolanus, of the latter saying he is a gentleman] A marvellous poor one
H5 III.ii.74[Fluellen to Gower] Captain Jamy is a marvellous falorous gentleman
Ham II.i.3[Polonius to Reynaldo] You shall do marvellous wisely
Ham III.ii.309[Guildenstern to Hamlet, of Claudius] Is in his retirement marvellous distempered
LLL IV.i.131[Maria to Boyet] A mark marvellous well shot
LLL IV.ii.150[Nathaniel to Holofernes, of being pleased by verses] Marvellous well for the pen
MA IV.ii.25[Dogberry to all, of Conrade] A marvellous witty fellow
MM IV.iii.157[disguised Duke to Lucio] the Duke is marvellous little beholding to your reports
MND III.i.2[Quince to all] here's a marvellous convenient place for our rehearsal
MND IV.i.24[Bottom to Mustardseed] methinks I am marvellous hairy about the face
R3 I.ii.254[Richard alone, of Anne] she finds, although I cannot, / Myself to be a marvellous proper man
R3 III.v.1.2[stage direction] Enter Richard, Duke of Gloucester, and Buckingham, in rotten armour, marvellous ill-favoured
RJ III.v.231[Juliet to Nurse] thou hast comforted me marvellous much
TC I.ii.137[Pandarus to Cressida, of Helen] she has a marvellous white hand
Tem III.iii.20[Gonzalo to all] Marvellous sweet music! [or: adjective sense]
TS II.i.73[Gremio to Petruchio] Baccare! You are marvellous forward