So good is the latter—and Wayne so good in it—that Ford is said to have been astounded.
King reminisced about his convention and was astounded at how little bad-blood lingered.
But by the time it was over, I was astounded by its tragic arc and meticulous complexity.
Pundits who had pronounced him toast were astounded that he left office with high approval ratings.
All the old dinosaurs, who were astounded by the numbers involved.
Bassett was astounded when he saw Dick's signature on the hotel register.
At every village which was passed, the banks would be crowded with the astounded natives.
Whatever the mental comment attached to the gaze, the eyes that meet mine are quite as often astounded as amused.
"I can't understand it," murmured M. d'Imblevalle, astounded.
The short-sighted thrift-preachers would naturally be astounded at the outcome.
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.