- adj. Causing great surprise or astonishment.
“However, the photo one anchor calls "jaw-dropping" is raising a some questions from skeptics who say the "shark" could very well just be a surfer paddling through a wave, or the work of Photoshop.”
“Soon the company plans to unveil iPhone and iPad apps for the GMAT that apply what Selinger calls "jaw-dropping" technology.”
“The images have been described as jaw-dropping, showing details such as the tracks made by the Apollo rovers and other artifacts and paraphenalia left on the moon.”
“The really jaw-dropping thing, though, is that even in retrospect Dimon has been a nearly perfect CEO and JP Morgan basically a perfectly-run company.”
“Indeed, the Bad Politics in Fiction award in 2010 almost certainly would have gone to his "The Man From Beijing," a jaw-dropping apologia for the genocidal rule of Mao Zedong.”
“Go hiking on Les Calanques, the limestone cliffs with jaw-dropping views that run along the Mediterranean coast between Marseille and Cassis.”
“The surrounding area offers wide, sweeping beaches on the Aquitaine coast 13 miles away, and the jaw-dropping Dune de Pyla the highest dune in Europe is a little further north.”
“In the Morse Museum of American Art's jaw-dropping 12,000-square-foot wing devoted to Laurelton Hall, Louis Comfort Tiffany's huge estate on the North Shore of Long Island, there are layers and layers—of materials, of meaning, of history.”
“Her first recording of this repertoire, at age 17, marked her as an instrumental genius, and Sunday's rendition of the B Minor Partita was simply jaw-dropping in its perfection.”
“In a style that mimics Ontario's, it's dark in the glass with jaw-dropping aromas of blackberry, cherry, black pepper and anise.”
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