astonish[ uh-ston-ish ]SEE DEFINITION OF astonish
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ASTONISH
But this does not astonish us when we understand the difficulties which he was obliged to solve.
"Why, certainly I was," said Linda, wide eyed with astonish meet.
But after what he had heard nothing could astonish him any more.
Mr. Solmes has something to open to you, that will astonish you—and you shall hear it.
There is another manifestation of his power which will astonish those who consider it.
And now Captain Cy proceeded to, literally, astonish the natives.
Then she'd be ready to dress up and go on parade to astonish the natives.
He must have been mad to put his hand to such a paper—but, after all, it does not astonish me.
He has accumulated a mass of facts which will astonish the House next session.'
What a strong muster we shall be; and how we 'll astonish that old bin of Madeira, Dinah!