Astonishments [noun]

Definition of Astonishments:

state of surprise

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Sentence/Example of Astonishments:

Georgie now, to her astonishment, found her movements invariably chronicled in the society journals.

It was considerably to Justice Haggard's astonishment that he heard of the invitation to his son and his son's wife.

Marcella stood all this while, leaning against the tapestry, in a silent astonishment of thought and feeling.

Lucy clapped her hands with delight, her more staid cousin was rapt in pleased astonishment.

The bridge that spanned it had, to Harry's astonishment, been only partially destroyed; it could easily be crossed.

"Y—es," answered Mr. Carr, his excessive astonishment causing a hesitation.

To his astonishment, Lawrence recognized one of the guerrillas as Jerry Alcorn, his old time enemy.

The bail, a reputable tradesman, with astonishment declared that he never was in a gaol in his life.

For the affliction of the daughter of my people I am afflicted, and made sorrowful, astonishment hath taken hold on me.

Great astonishment was manifested in every venda and fazenda at seeing a lady arrive accompanied only by a single servant.