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stunner

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstunnerstun‧ner /ˈstʌnə $ -ər/ noun [countable] informal  1 BEAUTIFUL/GOOD-LOOKINGsomeone or something that is very attractive, especially a woman Lucy was a real stunner.2 a situation or event that surprises you
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stunnerDiane hadn't been a stunner, but she'd had a pleasant face and a more than tolerably decent body.The tantrum she throws on her own front lawn, after De Niro locks her out, is a stunner.The entire new center-field superstructure is a stunner, and you may interpret that however you wish.As with all Steven Spielberg productions - visually it's a stunner.Tuesday's agreement was a stunner.One of the biggest stunners was the appearance of Zenon Smotrycz.
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