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- Included in Hitchcocks: No
- Included in Naves: No
- Included in Smiths: No
- Included in Websters: Yes
- Included in Strongs: No
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- Included in BDB: No
ASTON'ISH, verb transitive [Latin attono, to astonish; ad and tono. See Tone and Stun.]
To stun or strike dumb with sudden fear, terror, surprise or wonder; to amaze; to confound with some sudden passion.
I Daniel was astonished at the vision. Daniel 8:27.
ASTON'ISHED, participle passive Amazed; confounded with fear, surprise, or admiration.
ASTON'ISHING, participle present tense Amazing; confounding with wonder or fear.
ASTON'ISHING, adjective Very wonderful; of a nature to excite great admiration, or amazement.
ASTON'ISHINGLY, adverb In a manner or degree to excite amazement.
ASTON'ISHINGNESS, noun The quality of exciting astonishment.
ASTON'ISHMENT, noun Amazement; confusion of mind from fear, surprise or admiration, at an extraordinary or unexpected event.