It means that if you are reading this you have no life and f*ck your mom with a big fat d*ck up the @$$
Wonderment is a sense of amazement or awe. An example of wonderment used in a sentence is: She gazed in wonderment at the beautiful decorations.
taking responsible risks, persisting, thinking flexibly, responding with wonderment and awe and listening to others with understanding and empathy.
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Let's put this in different wording. If I tell you about someone you cannot see, you must imagine that person. If I told you more, speaking with awe and wonder in my voice, you might also "imagine" feeling that kind of wonderment. When churches and religious leaders speak about Christ, it should produce feelings of wonderment...awe... to just imagine Christ's greatness, and compassion. As part of Christ, the Holy Spirit should also make us wonder in awe and reverence. This ability to even try to envision God is what should be present during Confirmation.
Wonderment is a noun, as in a cause or occasion of wonder.
Their wonderment increased with each step into the cave.
The word wonderment is a noun. It is usually an uncountable noun.
Awe used as a noun means a feeling of reverential respect mixed with fear or wonder. Used as a verb, awe means to inspire with awe.
"Too much!", an exclamation conveying wonderment bordering on disbelief.
Full of awe
To be in awe of someone means reverential respect mixed with fear and wonder.
awe means a sense of fear and act at the same time reverence.
Wonderment is a word used to describe a state of admiration. It also can describe a state of respect for someone else.
Awe can be used as a noun, verb, adverb, adjective, et cetera, and some of its meanings depend on its use. Common synonyms of awe in its various uses are terror, dread, fright, trepidation, fearfulness, fear, admiration, respect, amazement, surprise, wonderment, astonishment, reverence, esteem, veneration, worship, fear, frighten, amaze, astonish, astound, impress, overwhelm, stun, awe, dumbfound, hypnotize, take somebody's breath away, bowl over, overpower, bedazzle, blind, daze, confuse, and overwhelm.
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It is "To Instill Awe". And it means to amaze someone with awesome ability, like walking on water or something like that.
A responding variable is a value of measure, that came from the manipulated and controlled variables.
The cast of Some Sense of Wonderment - 2005 includes: John Highton as Jack
It means that they are amazed by it
ano means "awe" or "reverence"
It might mean "Hail" a greeting used in Ancient Rome.