How to use Astonishingly in a sentence
We know astonishingly little of him personally.
But it would be eerily, astonishingly, mind-blowingly accurate.
Challenging the fastest roller coaster in the world is the ultimate theme park getaway for thrill-seekers, and there are several astonishingly speedy coasters to choose from at parks around the world.
It seems simple and effortless, but normal movement requires an astonishingly complex system of control.
It can be tempting to peruse eBay and other auction sites and be taken it by the astonishingly reasonable prices.Advertisement
The Aegean remains have become astonishingly uniform over the whole area; the local ceramic developments have almost ceased and been replaced by ware of one general type both of fabric and decoration.
Astonishingly, the Six Partitas for Clavier were the first works bach published after more than twenty years of composing.
A fairly recent regulation has astonishingly repealed a 65-year old royal decree which forbade children under the age of 14 from attending bullfights.
O Briain's simply an astonishingly funny comic, hitting scorching form.
Even with the tiny inexpensive earpieces which come with portable Minidisc and CD players the bass is astonishingly good.Advertisement
Gilligan pointed to New York Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly's astonishingly frank security briefing on the London attacks.
From here I wandered down the valley and into some steep and astonishingly beautiful woods that contained more primroses than I have ever seen.
The first and astonishingly frequent example is structure snobbery.
As time passes, the suggestions will become astonishingly on-target—and no human will have programmed that.
I have seen it repress and overcome fungoid and ulcerous epitheliomata in an astonishingly happy manner.Advertisement
In fact, celebrity weddings tend to end in divorce at an astonishingly quick rate.
Dabbling with the occult is something that college students around the world do almost every weekend, and many of these surreal sessions usually result in some astonishingly scary Ouija board stories.
Up to the time of his nomination for the presidency, the biographer of Jackson finds nothing to record but military exploits in which he displayed perseverance, energy and skill of a very high order, and a succession of personal acts in which he showed himself ignorant, violent, perverse, quarrelsome and astonishingly indiscreet.