Astonish [verb]

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Sentence/Example of Astonish:

Nothing seemed to trouble or astonish the visitor, either about the food or the service.

In thy anger thou wilt tread the earth under foot: in thy wrath thou wilt astonish the nations.

Blind faith in a religion, fanatical zeal for a religion, are too common to astonish us.

The members often astonish those who know them best by their responses to their opportunities.

And without mere ado, he took up his favourite instrument, and prepared to astonish the company.

He chuckled to think of how he would astonish Cap Pike with the story when he got back.

A thing that will astonish all the world, we may hope; and where the King and Prince of Prussia are to attend as chief guests.

How that may have gone, since the Treaty of Seville broke out to astonish mankind,—will be unsafe to talk about.

She was very fond of display, and wishing to astonish the "country girl" with her silks and satins, came rustling into the parlor.

She is a wonderful woman, and, if in the mood, will astonish you.'