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to impress strongly by what is unexpected or unusual

Synonyms for astound

affect with wonder

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We're grateful to all our printers, distributors and retailers worldwide for the most astoundingly successful book launch ever and to JK Rowling for the most triumphant close to a magnificent series.
But he discovers that he doesn't mind the changes at all, for his Abuelita is astoundingly full of life
Not that anyone is the devil, but the works and pomps of this administration are astoundingly evil.
One of the true experts in this field, the late Peter Bauer, quoted an official from a developing country who was astoundingly honest and admitted, "We shall produce any statistics that we think will help us to get as much money out of the United States as we possibly can.
This is an astoundingly beautiful book, whose simplicity belies a complex world; that it is the beginning of a series is reason to cheer.
Patrick is astoundingly different from Emmett"--his character on Queer as Folk--Paige said.
The Blakes have issued an astoundingly rich album of mostly traditional songs, set in a kind of timeless musical Appalachia by their arid harmonies and distinctive string arrangements.
Her subtle command of Language and use of imagery features nature as a dramatic player, and the communion with ghosts, both loved and fearful is astoundingly evoked.
As much about social history as personality profiles, In Their Time has an astoundingly ambitious goal: To reduce a century of convulsive change in business to a series of chapters about different decades, their economic drivers and the executives who exemplified leadership in those eras.
Studies over 10 years have shown an astoundingly high rate of success among pedophiles who have been supported by circles.
Our Generation is the astoundingly accomplished debut book of Zubeida Jaffer, journalist, activist and mother.
This double potential makes all postmodern notions that we can simply replace repression with freedom and joyful innocence astoundingly deceptive.
Much of Speaking with Vampires ultimately constitutes itself as a kind of manual of how to read the information on vampires without reducing it to a single explanatory schema, White wants to emphasize the open-endedness of vampire stories as people listened to them, made them their own, and participated in a culture of rumor and gossip that embodied an astoundingly complex array of fears and anxieties.