Definition of stunning in English:

stunning

Line breaks: stun|ning
Pronunciation: /ˈstʌnɪŋ
 
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adjective

Extremely impressive or attractive: she looked stunning
More example sentences
  • My new temporary home in Encinitas was quite superb, walking distance away from stunning California beaches.
  • Eddie's stunning Donegal girlfriend Michelle Doherty was also present.
  • Finally tonight, the Mars rover Opportunity today sent stunning new images of Mars back to earth.
Synonyms
informal mind-boggling, mind-blowing, out of this world, fabulous, fab, super, fantastic, tremendous
literary wondrous
sensational, radiant, ravishing, striking, dazzling, devastating, wonderful, marvellous, magnificent, amazing, glorious, breathtaking, captivating, bewitching, charming, alluring, exquisite, impressive, splendid;
Scottish & Northern English bonny
informal gorgeous, drop-dead gorgeous, out of this world, fabulous, fab, smashing, super, supercalifragilisticexpialidocious, amazeballs, easy on the eye, knockout
North American informal bootylicious
literary beauteous

Derivatives

stunningly

adverb
More example sentences
  • It's almost worth taking a trip down the line stopping off at every station just to admire the stunningly impressive use of concrete.
  • Of course, kudos must go to Stephen Higgins on the harpsichord but I was stunningly impressed by the clarinet section.
  • The Yorkshire Dales were also stunningly revealed in the film Calendar Girls which prompted a flurry of visitors.

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