Definition of 'astounding'
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Beyond the inner hall door, out of sight, a fantasy-land smacked the eye with astounding colour, glitter and extravagance. WHISTLER IN THE DARK`John, it was an astounding thing, absolutely the most actual thing that's ever happened to me. STONE CITYI do, in that they are an outward manifestation of inward conflict; the energy created by the brain is quite astounding, you know. MIDNIGHT IS A LONELY PLACE
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Used Occasionally. astounding is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'astounding'
British English: astounding ADJECTIVE
If something is astounding, you are shocked or amazed that it could exist or happen.
The results are quite astounding.
Definition of astounding from the Collins English Dictionary
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