mind-blower

mind-blower

verb
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If your palate is up for some Arabian twist, Habibi will be a mind-blower.
A pulsating trance/ acid mind-blower, it sets up Marvin's best album yet.
I love his early stuff, but Talking Book was a mind-blower for me.
Now the Z4 has been given the M treatment, and it's an absolute mind-blower.
In keeping with the rap/r&b/swing combination soundtrack, choreographer Hinton Battle mainly employs an impressive jitterbug/break-dance mash-up, but he also stages period-perfect hoochie numbers and a geometric Busby Berkeley mind-blower or two.
Because whatever they were on - it was clearly a mind-blower.
Tracks such as When the Levee Breaks and The Battle of Evermore were classic Led Zeppelin and it also contained the eight- minute mind-blower Stairway to Heaven, radio's all-time most- requested rock song.
But on the Richter Scale of modern-day moral dilemmas, 21st century assisted conception really is a mind-blower.
After 50 years of knowing that insulin comes from the beta cell, to discover a new molecule being made and secreted by that same cell: That's a mind-blower," says Daniel Porte Jr.
But the idea of just coming to America was the mind-blower -- no one can imagine these days what an incredible feat it was to conquer America.
It's a mind-blower to be an 'SC fan and commit to UCLA and then have them offer me, it's really weird,'' Keyes said.