Definition of 'stunner'
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This new model is an absolute stunner. The Sun (2006)He hit a stunner in midweek and is looking like the player of old. The Sun (2007)This is a real stunner native to Chile. Times, Sunday Times (2012)She works behind the bar in my local and she's a real stunner. The Sun (2007)She is 20 and a real stunner. The Sun (2010)Will be hoping to repeat stunner he scored at Colchester. The Sun (2008)The last woman I met was ten years older than me but a real stunner and totally uninhibited. The Sun (2012)She was older than me, well into her forties, but a real stunner. The Sun (2013)Two minutes on, though, the hosts sealed the win with another stunner. The Sun (2014)AN absolute stunner from sunny California. The Sun (2014)She was a real stunner, so I knew your memories would be worth having. Somewhere East of Life (1994)As I weighed out there she was, an absolute stunner. FRANKIE: The Autobiography of Frankie Dettori (2004)She is nearly 20 years older than me but a real stunner and I have always fancied her. The Sun (2016)
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