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Definition of "astounding" []

  • Present participle of astound. (verb)
  • That astounds or astound. (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

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."