astounded[ uh-stound ]SEE DEFINITION OF astounded
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ASTOUNDED
They are astounded that the troops do not take it in good part.
The astounded guard burst into laughter at their absurd scare.
The Margrave was astounded, the people in raptures, and the cousins in despair.
She looked neither at the embarrassed Johnny nor the astounded Barry.
The marquis, whom she had taken into her confidence, was astounded at it.
Then, one morning Marianne was astounded at finding Gregoire's bedroom empty.
They paused at their oars, astounded into silence for a moment.
The request was so preposterous that the Count was astounded when Mr. Vard persisted in it.
"Walk over me now," he muttered in a sort of astounded and discomfited whisper.
Young Powell was astounded on discovering that this was an appeal addressed to him.