But it continues to astound me that there are troves of archives that have not been looked at.
The depth of rage, animus and violence that was directed at him—“Spittle flying, the N word flying”—continues to astound him.
In the architecture and embellishments of the chamber, the evident design had been to dazzle and astound.
I struck my repeater, and this seemed to astound her greatly.
I really believe it will come so quickly, after it once gets a good start, that it will astound us.
A series of boxes on the ears from Boddy began to astound and transform me.
In the most unpromising inkwell it will catch deep sea monsters that astound you.
He was ever ready to astound and charm his listeners by describing his methods.
My dear Monsieur Malicorne, you astound, you positively bewilder me.
It will astound you like Schopenhauer, the same profundity and lucidity.
mid-15c., from Middle English astouned, astoned (c.1300), past participle of astonen, astonien "to stun" (see astonish), with more of the original sense of Vulgar Latin *extonare. Related: Astounded; astounding.