mind-blower

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mind-blower

1. slang Any psychotropic drug with potent hallucinogenic effects. My roommate in college was always on some kind of mind-blower or another. I heard someone slipped a mind-blower into his drink a couple hours ago, and he's been freaking out every since.
2. slang A puzzle that is especially challenging to solve, decipher, or understand. The game's puzzles are hardly mind-blowers, but they'll get you thinking in creative ways. Her last riddle was a real mind-blower—it took me a few days to figure out!
3. slang Anything that challenges one's preconceived notions or the way one thinks about the world. The film is trying so hard to be a mind-blower with its twists and riddles that it forgets to be a well-made film in the process. Wow, what an interesting read—it was a real mind-blower!

mind-blower

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Both test boats were powered with the optional twin 215 hp Rotax supercharged, inter-cooled mind-blowers for a total of 430 hp, which moved us along at a top speed of 55 miles per hour.
Even the simplest solutions can be mind-blowers if you've never considered them for your applications.