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Use "astounding" in a sentence
"What he discovered was what he called an "astounding similarity between myths collected in widely different regions" of the world."
"Ms. Brennan told the City Council on Tuesday that the number of prescriptions filled in Staten Island last year represented what she called an "astounding" 28% of the borough's population when measured on a per-capita basis."
"Even more astounding is that Wall stree gave more to Dems than Republicans by a margin of 60-40."