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astound (one) with (something)

To amaze one with something. I didn't know she was such a talented singer—she astounded us with her voice. You astounded the committee with your thorough, incisive analysis.
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astound someone with something

to shock or amaze someone with something. She astounded us with her skill. He astounded himself with his sudden burst of strength.
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Margaret Keighley (right) is to retire next March after 30 years with Cofton Medical Centre, in Longbridge, Birmingham, was "astounded" to learn of her honour.
Even from the outside, the huge hangar, looking like a massive quonset hut with its rounded roof, beckons enthusiasts to come in and be astounded. Many of the Smithsonian's most prized aviation artifacts, until now stashed in the Paul Garber facility in suburban Maryland, are displayed for the generations of personnel who flew them or fought against them.
However, I am more frequently astounded by the behavior of some motorists.
The disciples now returned and were astounded to find Jesus talking to this Samaritan woman.
TUV leader Mr Allister said he was "astounded" by the spending levels which were broken down into the past four years.
KRISTEN Stewart is "astounded" by co-star Taylor Lautner's new muscular body.
Mr Lewis, from Aberkenfig near Bridgend, said the neighbours were "astounded" by the bird, and that he had no idea where it had come from.
We were astounded at the attitude of the staff there and the sub standard accommodation.
Having been in a happy relationship myself for more than three times as long as Rice has, I continue to be astounded that so many gays and lesbians seem to think their commitments need to be forced into a heterosexual mold and validated by the government in order to have full meaning.
Always eager to do more, Christina began teaching the children to paint, and she was astounded by their results.
I was astounded by the breadth of this work, from the perspective of memoir and for the historical significance so accurately presented.
"We were astounded, " says Fisher, a physiological ecologist at Pennsylvania State University in State College.
But in a statement he said: "I am astounded and deeply horrified by the extraordinary events of the last 24 hours.
I'm astounded at the willingness of gay and lesbian columnists to cheer this situation as somehow having something to do with our fight for visibility on TV, our fights, and our lives.
The comedian, whose hit show returns next month for two BBC1 Christmas specials, said she was 'astounded'.