from The Century Dictionary.

  • Astonishing.

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  • adjective obsolete Astonishing.
  • adjective Susceptible to being astonished; shockable.


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astonish +‎ -able


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  • “So,” that is, in such a degree, to such a remarkable, astonishable height: “God,” the glorious, all-sufficient God, that could have manifested his justice to eternity in the condemnation of all sinners, and no way wanted them to be partakers of his blessedness:

    The Death of Death in the Death of Christ 1616-1683 1967

  • The great product it is of the Father’s righteousness, wisdom, love, and grace; — the great and astonishable fruit of the love and condescension of the Son; — the great discovery of the Holy Ghost in the revelation of the mystery of the gospel.

    Of Communion with God the Father, Son and Holy Ghost 1616-1683 1965


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