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1. He's done a marvellous job of the decorating.
2. He certainly is a marvellous actor.
3. 'That was marvellous,' said Daniel.
4. That's a marvellous description, Mrs Drummond. You're unusually observant.
5. We had a marvellous meal at that restaurant you recommended - incidentally, I must give you the number of a similar one I know.
6. Dogs have a marvellous sense of smell.
7. I warmly congratulated him on the marvellous achievement.
8. I've heard she's a marvellous player but I've never seen her in action.
9. She does a marvellous takeoff of the Queen.
10. From the garden there was a marvellous view over open countryside.
11. She has a marvellous voice with an extraordinary range.
12. We had a marvellous time.
13. Hollywood directors have a marvellous pool of acting talent to draw from.
14. The holiday was a marvellous antidote to the pressures of office work.
15. It's marvellous what they can do these days.
16. What you said is a marvellous idea.
17. This painting is a marvellous example of her work.
18. And that's a marvellous bit of footwork there from Ponti as he takes the ball from Garcia.
19. This store always has a marvellous New Year's sale.
20. A marvellous reception awaited me on my first day at work.
21. A marvellous discovery for every bride-to-be, The Wedding Centre is the ultimate one-stop shop.
22. Palace has released two marvellous films that pay homage to our literary heritage.
23. 'It's so marvellous to see you!' she twittered.http://sentencedict.com
24. From the restaurant there was a marvellous prospect of/over Sienna and the countryside beyond.
25. Our new gardener was a marvellous find.
26. Elwood stole the show with a marvellous performance.
27. Her marvellous acting talent is preserved on celluloid.
28. It's marvellous how he's managed to climb that far.
29. I can't stand him, but my wife thinks he's marvellous.
30. He is very good with children and would make a marvellous father.
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