astonishment

[ uh-ston-ish-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF astonishment

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If Robert was surprised, Ben Haley had even more reason for astonishment.

And to his astonishment there was none of the shocking effect of his first drink of whisky.

Emma appeared in the doorway, her eyebrows elevated in astonishment.

To the astonishment of Cornelius, when at last they rose to go, there were tears in her eyes.

He looked at me with astonishment, and in surprise asked, "What are you doing here?"

This increased his astonishment, and did not lessen the gloom on his face.

As he walked back to the camp he reviewed his own feelings with something like astonishment.

"I never heard of that, John," cried Mrs. Porter, in astonishment.

He stared in astonishment at Mortimer and Allis, his brow wrinkled in anger.

I will not attempt to describe my astonishment in reading the note this moment received from you.

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