mind-boggling


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Synonyms for mind-boggling

of such a character as to overwhelm

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intellectually or emotionally overwhelming

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treated to a 'showcase of mind-boggling but gracefully One of them even introduces some flames into the action - just don't try this at home kids.
John Perry Barlow leaves me with the distinct impression that this aging baby boomer has taken, as they say in scientific circles, "n plus I" tokes too many, For a supposed libertarian to say that "we need something--and I think it's government--to reregulate the market and make it free" is mind-boggling.
Last, but perhaps most mind-boggling of all: How does anybody get anything done in the American workplace with all the distractions whirling around them?
Graves recommends Richard Mitchell's Graves of Academe, an expose of the historic sources of the mind-boggling "educationist" bureaucracy.
What is happening in Washington Heights is mind-boggling," Capin said.
Super secret special events are planned for Atom's awakening on April 7, but the place is worth a visit anytime for manga fans or merchandising executives - the Studio Store by the entrance has a mind-boggling array of goods.
It's still the place to see all the latest and greatest in the mind-boggling world of gifts.
The lack of discussion [by the board] was mind-boggling," said Karen Doering, Mashburn's attorney.
Professional and nonprofessional players appear one after the other, doing mind-boggling dance, dribbling, and ball-handling moves set to hip-hop rhythms made by sneakers squeaking and balls bouncing.
Even with mind-boggling tawdriness and stupidity, our ex-President knows he still appears tantalizingly larger than life in a Democratic Party of political pygmies.
Likewise, Thomas Langan, national president of the Catholic Civil Rights League, denounced Fry's statement as "the mind-boggling remarks of a terribly uninformed person.
This topic is especially timely because of the recent break-in at Microsoft where hackers may have--over a mind-boggling period of three months--stolen or altered the source code of key Microsoft applications, and perhaps even Windows itself.
They could have been stuck in traffic for an extra hour, spilled coffee on their new suit and missed their daily report deadline--all before noon--and still manage to exude a mind-boggling level of happiness and calm.
Even a cursory study of the former couple's resume is enough to make the current generation of peripatetic curators blush: in the course of a decade, from March 1984 to May 1993, a mind-boggling forty-four exhibitions, virtually all accompanied by catalogues, or at least a co-authored text.