astound[ uh-stound ]SEE DEFINITION OF astound
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ASTOUND
I struck my repeater, and this seemed to astound her greatly.
"Your son is not the only one to astound me," said Monsignor.
My dear Monsieur Malicorne, you astound, you positively bewilder me.
A series of boxes on the ears from Boddy began to astound and transform me.
He was ever ready to astound and charm his listeners by describing his methods.
It will astound you like Schopenhauer, the same profundity and lucidity.
I mean, he says things to make a sensationto shock or astound his audience.
This determination not to understand led me into delusions which now astound me.
Yet she was a rare enough exception to astound my abstracted mind.
It was small in area, and the external differences were not so great as to astound us.