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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR STUNNER

She was a stunner after all, and didn't look a day over twenty-eight.

I mean Aytoun's price, for the other estimate might be a stunner.

It's a stunner, especially if you skip all the descriptions of scenery.

"What do you mean by a 'stunner,' John," asked Paul, with dignity.

Wade must have got in a pretty heavy charge; for the report was a stunner.

His heart no longer labored; he made no move to draw the stunner or knife.

His hand was no longer on the butt of his stunner, but swung loosely at his side.

Thorvald jumped to the net slung from the poles; Shann raised his stunner.

The grip of his stunner was slippery in his damp hand; he hated this waiting.

As a matter of fact I'd kind of thrown it into175 him a bit strong about what a stunner she was.

WORD ORIGIN

1829, in pugilism, agent noun from stun. Meaning "beautiful woman" attested by 1848.

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