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mind-blowing

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmind-blowingˈmind-ˌblowing adjective informal  EXCITEDvery exciting, shocking, or strange a mind-blowing experience
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mind-blowingWhat happened in the next 15 minutes is hard to describe, but it was mind-blowing.It is mind-blowing, and I speak as an expert.One day I had a mind-blowing experience.The astronauts had mind-blowing views of planet Earth.
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