flabbergasted


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as if struck dumb with astonishment and surprise

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Gordon said he was flabbergasted by the high quality of kitchen equipment provided to prisoners on the Channel 4 show.
In the records of the primary school, where the boy studied earlier, the column under father's name had been left blank, but the current school authorities were flabbergasted and did not know what to do.
Committee member Kevin Bell said: "We were just flabbergasted.
A CHARITY boss has told how he was flabbergasted to discover a couple running a tiny Citizens' Advice Bureau office had claimed pounds 76,000 in expenses.
I was flabbergasted when he missed that chance but hopefully he can make up for it in the replay.
I am flabbergasted to read that he is doing a broadcast on BBC2 regarding this city while the same Alexei Sayle, I believe, slaughtered Liverpool on national television and in the national press.
The client was flabbergasted by the design which, after some initial public consternation, has attracted favourable accolades.
We are flabbergasted that the police would say such a thing.
I was so flabbergasted that I thought someone was offering me a towel, but I grabbed my crush's sweater by accident and tried wiping with it
As my letter to the hotel chain relates, I was flabbergasted to discover that porno films were openly and casually offered to hotel patrons, along with other more "conventional" fare.
A year ago, he added, "I was frankly flabbergasted to hear that they wanted back in and then was worried about it being driven solely by the pensions issue," he said.
Opening the room the next morning, Athelstan is jubilant, the wizards are ecstatic and the witch/fairy godmother is flabbergasted.
In the Farrelly brothers' most tasteful comedy, Hal (Jack Black) and his pal Mauricio (Jason Alexander) are the sort of relationship foul-ups usually found waiting behind the curtain on Jerry Springer, and Rosemary (Gwyneth Paltrow) is a gold-hearted lass trapped in a 400-pound fat suit When Hal, whose dying father made him promise to date only gorgeous women, is hypnotized to see people's inner beauty, he falls head over heels for a flabbergasted and ultimately charmed Rosemary.