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- v. Present participle of amaze.
- adj. Causing wonder and amazement; possessing uniquely wonderful qualities.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Causing amazement; very wonderful.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. inspiring awe or admiration or wonder
- adj. surprising greatly
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Not to mention the camera's amazing ability to selectivly focus on the object when foreground/background elements are blurred..amazing!
On Monday night's Jimmy Kimmel Live, Kimmel made the announcement, and swore Hebert in to her new job by making her promise things such as to "use the word amazing eight to 40 times per show" and "not fall in love with a man who wears a Speedo."
With every scene we heard the word perfect more times than we heard the word amazing in the previous episodes.
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Lawrie Robinson of Seattle did an early return on his 2009 Acura MDX because the dealer offered what he calls "amazing lease terms" on a brand new model.
She said the two had a "very special" bond, which she described as "amazing."
Canadian Milos Raonic is on what he calls an amazing run, and he's not ready to stop after using his powerful serve to beat Mardy Fish 6-4, 4-6, 6-3 Saturday in the Regions Morgan Keegan Championships semifinals.
If they took the word 'amazing' out of the MTV awards it would be only 9 minutes long.
Each of the astronauts spent a few moments alone in the dome late Thursday, taking in what they described as amazing and stunning views of Earth.
After the ribbon-cutting ceremony, each of the astronauts spent a few moments alone in the dome, taking in what they described as amazing and stunning views of Earth.
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