There was Astonishment and fear in her voice.
But to our great Astonishment, that is the truth.
Napoleon, or Socrates, or Solomon, my Astonishment could not have been.
It's a look in the mirror with a tad of admiration,
In much Astonishment I asked him why he was singing that particular air.
But even at that age my language was not understood-
and great was my Astonishment.
To my own Astonishment, I could do it and it was not that hard.
I could not disguise the look of Astonishment on my face when I greeted him.
Astonishment is clear in her eyes but
her eyeballs have not reached towards the brain in Astonishment.
Since last week Londons main landmark shines in a new light and
leaves passers-by with plain Astonishment.
Not built but grown, these living root bridges are like an Astonishment and are absolutely unique.
If its subject had been Napoleon, or Socrates, or Solomon, my Astonishment could not have been greater.
I could hear them talking at the top of the hill, expressing Astonishment over what they saw.
In five days I visited her, and much to my Astonishment found her making up her bed.”.
Tourists from abroad, come specially to visit this magnificent lotus
shaped temple that leaves the onlooker in sheer Astonishment.
To the Astonishment of the other guests, he tucked pieces of
roast meat into the folds of his turban.
Accomplishment: Earning recognition, status, or fame through talents or deeds that evoke admiration, trust,
respect, or Astonishment from others;
In 1875, she entered a shooting match
with expert marksman Frank Butler, where to everybody's Astonishment, she beat him.
To my Astonishment, I see that four pills--
three aspirins and one modafinil-- have tumbled out of my T-shirt's chest pocket.
Another was waiters' Astonishment when I picked up the bill in a restaurant
or bar instead of letting my partner pay.
I realize that this is not a satisfactory answer,
and that it can produce some Astonishment in Arab countries and Israel.
You shall become an Astonishment, a proverb, and a byword, among all the peoples where Yahweh shall lead you away.
Astonishment gave way to curiosity,
so that by the 1880' s, the tobacco habit had made itself at home in Japan.
Another was waiters' Astonishment when I picked up the bill in a restaurant or bar instead of letting my partner pay.
And Astonishment took all and they were glorifying God, and
they were filled with fear, saying, We have seen glorious things today.
How is Sheshach taken! and how is the praise of the whole earth surprised!
how is Babylon become an Astonishment among the nations!
Thus will I make Mount Seir an Astonishment and a desolation; and I will cut off from it him who passes through and him who returns.
He has left his covert, as the lion;
for their land has become an Astonishment because of the fierceness of the oppression, and because of his fierce anger.
After quoting the opening four paragraphs, Ferrari expressed her Astonishment that this article appeared“ six years before the whole business
was brought before the attention of the public worldwide.”.
Therefore, when they had heard all the words,
each one looked at his neighbor in Astonishment, and they said to Baruch:“We ought to report all these words to the king.”.