it's a wonder

it's a wonder

It is surprising; I don't understand how. With the amount of expenses we have since the baby arrived, it's a wonder we have enough food to eat! It's a wonder we were able to fit all that stuff into the moving van.
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References in classic literature ?
It's a wonder her name isn't Cordelia Fitzgerald into the bargain
It's a wonder Beautiful Alice hasn't a beau herself.
It's a wonder Robert hasn't beaten him to death long ago.
I go on, I know, as if I were crazy; and it's a wonder I'm not.
Captain Marsh and Famine and Pestilence the baby COYOTES, and Sour-Mash and her pups, and Sardanapalus and her kittens - hang these names she gives the creatures, they warp my jaw - and Potter: you - all sitting around in the house, and Soldier Boy at the window the entire time, it's a wonder to me she comes along as well as she does.
It's a shame, by Heavens," said George, working himself up into passion and enthusiasm as he proceeded, "to play at fast and loose with a young girl's affections--and with such an angel as that--one so superior to the people amongst whom she lived, that she might have excited envy, only she was so good and gentle, that it's a wonder anybody dared to hate her.
It's a wonder to me that you trust such a creature.
Well, they tell me I am looking pretty blooming,' said the man with the cocked hat, 'and it's a wonder, too.