mirabilia [ mee-rah-bil-i-ah; English mir-uh-bil-ee-uh ]
plural noun Latin.
1. marvels; miracles.
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB FOR MIRABILIA
The “Mirabilia” might be the running title for a whole system of geography.
AMENITIES OF LITERATURE|ISAAC DISRAELI
That that is to be so soon, and under circumstances so joyful, are among the mirabilia of this changing world.
GEORGE ELIOT'S LIFE, VOL. I (OF 3)|GEORGE ELIOT
There was an admirable little guide-book published in the twelfth century called "Mirabilia Urbis Rom."
HUMANLY SPEAKING|SAMUEL MCCHORD CROTHERS
What is the nearest approach to certainty among the attempts successfully to individuate the ancient relater of Mirabilia Rom?
NOTES AND QUERIES, 1850.12.21|VARIOUS
The next heading is mirabilia, for which his examples are taken from the ends of the earth.
THE AGE OF ERASMUS|P. S. ALLEN
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