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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishastonishingas‧ton‧ish‧ing /əˈstɒnɪʃɪŋ $ əˈstɑː-/ ●○○ adjective  SURPRISEDso surprising that it is difficult to believe syn amazing an astonishing decision their astonishing successsee thesaurus at surprisingastonishingly adverb an astonishingly good voice
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astonishingTheir album has sold an astonishing 11 million copies.The transition in coach Gerry Murphy's side in the subsequent weeks has been quite astonishing.To actually see crabs scuttling across the floor and live sponges and even real live fish was astonishing.They contained fresh and astonishing details of underground movements and midnight rendezvous.Moreover, many widely reported accounts of astonishing experiences are elaborations or flat lies.What is even more astonishing is that you can see the Wellestream more easily with every passing year.I am still left aghast at the astonishing numbers of totally incompatible cichlids that are sometimes crammed into remarkably small tanks.It has been an astonishing transformation in opinions and attitudes, within the course of a few short weeks.
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