Thesaurus / astounding


The astounding levels of trading provoked an alarmed reaction from brokerage firms and securities regulators.
New consumer behaviors formed by restrictions such as physical distancing have had astounding implications on how retailers operate.
Our ability to remember a simple five-word sequence, or the events of a birthday five years ago, and the fact that a question, or a sight or smell, can recall these memories is, if you can stop taking it for granted for a moment, astounding.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average crossed the 30,000 threshold for the first time ever Tuesday, capping an astounding run from the depths of the pandemic last spring when the index bottomed out just above 18,000.
KDP produces an estimated 10 billion-plus pods a year, an astounding 82% of the total market.
This astounding statistic shows the necessity for organizations to start deploying new technologies, not just for the coming year, but for the coming Fourth Industrial Revolution.
The report’s most astounding feature is the unexpected drop in credit costs from crisis heights to below where they stand even in good periods.
Great Adaptations packs in plenty of astounding details about some remarkable creatures.
Just to be alive during a time of such progress over the last many years has been astounding, and to serve the LGBTQ community in my 17 years at the National LGBTQ Task Force has been the joy and honor of a lifetime.
They’re an astounding retailer, so they’re not going to give market share up that easily.


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