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astound (verb), astounds; astounded; astounding
To cause someone to have a feeling of great wonder or surprise; to amaze another person or people: The juggler was astounding people with his entertaining skills.

Jason and Kelsey were astounded that there were so few people at the fitness studio.

To greatly amaze or to strike with sudden wonder.
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To cause a feeling of tremendous wonder or surprise; to greatly amaze and to astonish. (1)
astounding (adjective), more astounding, most astounding
Relating to something that is amazing or incredible; so surprisingly impressive as to stun or overwhelm: Even in Uncle Jim's old age and failing health, his astounding persistence in going to the fitness studio to work out at least three times a week is admired by his trainer and those who know him.

As a high school student, Marco's astounding knowledge of computer technology constantly amazes his teachers.

Overwhelming with amazement or a stunning surprise.
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Referring to anything that is unbelievable, very amazing, or so impressive as to be difficult to accept as being real. (1)