Definition of astounding in English:

astounding

Line breaks: as¦tound|ing
Pronunciation: /əˈstaʊndɪŋ
 
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adjective

Surprisingly impressive or notable: the summit offers astounding views
More example sentences
  • It has a spectacular location on Coal Harbour and an astounding view.
  • This year we viewed the astounding structure of a hydroelectric dam built across the Danube.
  • What is even more astounding is that the company has launched eight new models since the beginning of 2000.
Synonyms
amazing, astonishing, staggering, shocking, surprising, breathtaking, striking, impressive, bewildering, stunning, stupefying; unnerving, unsettling, disturbing, disquieting; awe-inspiring, remarkable, notable, noteworthy, extraordinary, outstanding, incredible, unbelievable, phenomenal, uncommon, unheard of
informal mind-boggling, mind-blowing, hard to swallow

Derivatives

astoundingly

adverb
[as submodifier]: an astoundingly good performance
More example sentences
  • Further strong support for this conclusion comes, astoundingly, from the report itself.
  • I'm not one to hide how astoundingly stupid I can be, so here goes.
  • Read the reports of how astoundingly well the film is doing.

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