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Of course; but what astounds me is that a man of your standing should believe the French are coming here now to Ireland.
NO DEFENSE, COMPLETEGILBERT PARKER
The embodiment lacked incessant fiery expedition—the explosive, meteoric quality that astounds and dazzles.
SHADOWS OF THE STAGEWILLIAM WINTER
The result is a performance of a finished beauty which not only astounds Easterners, but surprises Europeans.
THE NATIVE SONINEZ HAYNES IRWIN
Socrates astounds me, who, depreciating so great a light, calls it but a molten stone.
THE ROMANCE OF LEONARDO DA VINCIDMITRY SERGEYEVICH MEREZHKOVSKY
Your audacity at least astounds me; but fate decrees you the enjoyment of its reward.
VASHTIAUGUSTA J. EVANS WILSON
Sergeant —— is so unused to the slightest inequality either of land or water, that it astounds him.
UP THE COUNTRYEMILY EDEN
In its atoms I discover an intensity of energy which charms and astounds me.
THE INSECTJULES MICHELET
The occasion of one of these starts of growth is always some novelty that astounds the mind, and provokes it to dare to change.
It astounds me to think how I forgot Margaret, forgot my work, forgot everything but that we two were parted.
THE NEW MACHIAVELLIHERBERT GEORGE WELLS
Her progress of impudent imposture at Canterbury is more than surprising—it astounds the inquirer.
THE INGOLDSBY COUNTRYCHARLES G. (CHARLES GEORGE) HARPER