astonishment (noun) · astonishments (plural noun)
1. Astonishment definition is - a feeling of great surprise and wonder : the state of being astonished : amazement
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3. Noun overpowering wonder or surprise; amazement: He looked with Astonishment at his friends
4. Astonishment The speed with which the requests from famous persons were treated can provoke nothing but Astonishment. From the Cambridge English Corpus If this sounds like pre-modern defeatism, it also indicates a way forward to the modern sublime in which Astonishment …
5. 10 synonyms of Astonishment from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 37 related words, definitions, and antonyms
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7. Astonishment: the rapt attention and deep emotion caused by the sight of something extraordinary
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9. As-ton'-ish-ment: Amazement; mental surprise, excitement, wonder; often the cause of the startled emotion, as in Deuteronomy 28:37: "Thou shall become an Astonishment."The chosen people, visited with calamities for idolatry would become a source of amazement to all nations (Jeremiah 25:9,11,18); Solomon's' lofty and beautiful temple would be "an Astonishment" (2 Chronicles 7:21
10. We found 9 answers for “Astonishment”. This page shows answers to the clue Astonishment, followed by 5 definitions like “ Dismay; consternation ”, “ The object causing such an emotion ” and “ An object or cause of amazement ”
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12. Definition of Astonishment the feeling that accompanies something extremely surprising; "he looked at me in Astonishment" Thanks for visiting The Crossword Solver
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14. ‘To his Astonishment he discovered he had a brother, a sister and two cousins.’ ‘To Peter's Astonishment a familiar figure was wading ashore, a red and white lifebelt about his waist.’ ‘To my Astonishment, the moment we start talking, we hit it off instantly.’
15. Astonishment (n.) 1590s, state of being amazed or shocked with wonder;" see astonish + -ment
16. What does Astonishment mean? Great surprise or amazement
17. Astonishment is a feeling of great surprise
18. I spotted a shooting star which, to my Astonishment, was bright green in color
19. Synonyms: amazement, surprise, wonder, confusion More Synonyms of Astonishment …
20. Compound Forms/Forme composte: Inglese: Italiano: in Astonishment adv adverb: Describes a verb, adjective, adverb, or clause--for example, "come quickly," "very rare," "happening now," "fall down." (with great surprise) con grande sorpresa avv avverbio: Descrive o specifica il significato di un verbo, di una frase, o di parti del discorso: "Sostammo brevemente" - "Ho tirato la palla lontano"
21. (noun) in the sense of amazement `What?' she asked in Astonishment.
22. But what raised public Astonishment to a climax, and set all conjecture at defiance, was the knowledge that the same stranger who had in the morning visited the Allees de Meillan had been seen in the evening walking in the little village of the Catalans, and afterwards observed to enter a poor fisherman's hut, and to pass more than an hour in inquiring after persons who had either been dead or gone away for more …
23. As-ton'-ish-ment: Amazement; mental surprise, excitement, wonder; often the cause of the startled emotion, as in Deuteronomy 28:37: "Thou shall become an Astonishment."The chosen people, visited with calamities for idolatry would become a source of amazement to all nations (Jeremiah 25:9, 11, 18); Solomon's' lofty and beautiful temple would be "an Astonishment" (2 Chronicles 7:21
24. Definition of Astonishment in the Definitions.net dictionary
25. What does Astonishment mean? Information and translations of Astonishment in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.
26. The principle of least Astonishment (POLA), aka principle of least surprise (alternatively a law or rule), applies to user interface and software design
27. Definition of Astonishment noun in Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary
28. In Astonishment the woman stared at the giant snake in her front yard
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30. 🔊 With Astonishment Jared read the letter notifying him of his college acceptance
31. 🔊 We experienced a wave of Astonishment as we stared at …
32. Definition of Astonishment noun in Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary
33. Synonyms: amazement, stupefaction, wonder, wonderment The class looked on in Astonishment as their teacher proceeded to tear the pages out of the textbook
34. An Astonishment which always feeds contemplation, adoration, and memory
35. This is the second type of Astonishment, Astonishment in history
36. To my Astonishment, everything that I had assumed was now questioned by the findings
37. Astonishment The speed with which the requests from famous persons were treated can provoke nothing but Astonishment
38. From the Cambridge English Corpus If this sounds like pre-modern defeatism, it also indicates a way forward to the modern sublime in which Astonishment forces a recoil to rational analysis
39. Astonishment - Translation to Spanish, pronunciation, and forum discussions
40. Principal Translations: Inglés: Español: Astonishment n noun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc
41. ‘To his Astonishment he discovered he had a brother, a sister and two cousins.’ ‘To Peter's Astonishment a familiar figure was wading ashore, a red and white lifebelt about his waist.’ ‘To my Astonishment, the moment we start talking, we hit it off instantly.’
42. The Wine of Astonishment is a fascinating tale of a town trying to deal with its own identity, while being part of the British Empire during and after WW2
43. Instantly, Astonishment registered on the barbarian's face, but Brother Simon didn't let the moment go
44. There is an instant change from mild anger and heavy annoyance to startled Astonishment and disbelief.: Raija's eyes was wide with Astonishment as Raven retold the story of his father's victory.: We all express Astonishment at how the women can withstand the near zero temperatures dressed in
45. Antonyms for Astonishment include calm, calmness, composure, coolness, dullness, expectation, unexcitement, indifference, cool and preparation
46. Behold, I will send and take all the families of the north, saith the LORD, and Nebuchadrezzar the king of Babylon, my servant, and will bring them against this land, and against the inhabitants thereof, and against all these nations round about, and will utterly destroy them, and make them an Astonishment, and an hissing, and perpetual
47. See 3 authoritative translations of Astonishment in Spanish with example sentences and audio pronunciations.
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50. The theme is "Astonishment" and the ghost's expression says it all
51. They gasped in Astonishment at the news
52. She stared at him in Astonishment
53. I gasped in/with Astonishment at the magician's skill
54. She could not hide her Astonishment
55. Astonishment: 1 n the feeling that accompanies something extremely surprising “he looked at me in Astonishment ” Synonyms: amazement Types: show 5 types hide 5 types admiration , wonder , wonderment the feeling aroused by something strange and surprising surprise the Astonishment you feel when something totally unexpected happens to you
56. Definition of Astonishment written for English Language Learners from the Merriam-Webster Learner's Dictionary with audio pronunciations, usage examples, and count/noncount noun labels.
57. Astonishment female holding the box with gift
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59. “Very few, even among those who have taken the keenest interest in the progress of the revolution in natural knowledge set afoot by the publication of the 'Origin of Species'; and who have watched, not without Astonishment, the rapid and complete change which has been effected both inside and outside the boundaries of the scientific world in the attitude of men's minds towards the doctrines
60. The Wine of Astonishment is a powerful and heart-wrenching story of the persecution of Spiritual Baptists during British colonial rule in Trinidad from 1917 to 1951
61. • To everyone's Astonishment, more than 100 people volunteered to help that day
62. • Wyatt came over to watch out of sheer Astonishment and pride
63. • Maybe it was the element of sheer surprise, the Astonishment that anyone could be so stupid
64. In Astonishment • The crowd gasped in Astonishment.
65. Her Astonishment and confusion increased; and though still not knowing how to suppose him serious, she could hardly stand
66. (Mansfield Park, by Jane Austen) We heard his exclamation of Astonishment, and then we went away silently
67. (Dracula, by Bram Stoker) Holmes laughed at the young giant’s naïve Astonishment.