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So that a grave and sober person coming into the room at the time, finds the floor all strewed and covered over with torn papers, parchments and broken seals; and being astonisht at this sight, does thus expostulate with them.
The New Guide to Peterborough Cathedral George S. Phillips
The 'astonisht nymphs their flood's strange fate deplore, 25
To the Countesse of Denbigh Richard Crashaw 1921
My naburs seemed surprised & astonisht at this darin 'bravery onto the part of a man at my time of life, but our family was never know'd to quale in danger's stormy hour.
Artemus Ward 1865
As everybody shrank out of her path, as it was hard work for her even to obtain here and there an alms, and as her former arts found few lovers, she was no little astonisht that evening to hear a knock at her door, while cries and shouts were tossing without.
Crescentia lookt mournfully at the astonisht youth.
She greeted them all graciously, and the young men were astonisht at her surpassing beauty.
My partner was astonisht; and, as he had a small estate here, we removed into this country, where till the time of his death we went on enlarging the number of our houses of business and manufactories.
The first part of the divine service was already over, when people were astonisht to see Antonio Cavalcanti stepping into the church by the side of the altar, leading a thickly veiled figure in his hand.
The old man was astonisht to see so great and unlookt for an effect produced by a speech which he had uttered with perfect calmness, and even with kindliness.
But when he drew nearer to the old man, he was astonisht to find how totally his countenance and the expression of his eyes were changed.