Genius is ever regarded as folly till it astounds the world.
In its atoms I discover an intensity of energy which charms and astounds me.
Then she astounds the news-agent by adding, "I had forgotten that it was burnt."
I see why he has written this to me—this confession which astounds me.
Your audacity at least astounds me; but fate decrees you the enjoyment of its reward.
It is the length of the shots, not the accuracy, which astounds these fellows.
It is indeed a contrast, which first astounds us, and then compels our adoration and love.
Socrates astounds me, who, depreciating so great a light, calls it but a molten stone.
What astounds one most is, that at one stroke the Witch should have achieved an actual Being.
Of course; but what astounds me is that a man of your standing should believe the French are coming here now to Ireland.