Astonish

• (v. t.) To strike with sudden fear, terror, or wonder; to amaze; to surprise greatly, as with something unaccountable; to confound with some sudden emotion or passion. • (v. t.) To stun; to render senseless, as by a blow.
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Astonish

As·ton'ish transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Astonished ; present participle & verbal noun Astonishing .] [ Middle English astonien , astunian , astonen , Old French estoner , French étonner...
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astonish

1. To stun; to render senseless, as by a blow. 'Enough, captain; you have astonished him. [Fluellen had struck Pistol]' (Shak) 'The very cramp-fish [i. E, torpedo] . . . Being herself not benumbed, is able to astonish others.' (Holland) ... 2. To strike with sudden fear, terror, or wonder; to amaze; to surprise greatly, as with something unaccounta...
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astonish

affect with wonder
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astonish

surprise, amaze
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