- adv. alternative spelling of mindbogglingly.
“We are mind-bogglingly different but that's what makes it so fulfilling.”
“They are, he says, "just mind-bogglingly powerful.”
“The amount of notable grads listed in the admissions brochure was mind-bogglingly impressive.”
“A self-contained, mind-bogglingly comprehensive, two-hundred years into the future, database of everything.”
“In the midst of the housing crisis, a handful of regions have seen home prices tumble to some mind-bogglingly low levels, according to Coldwell Banker's latest annual Home Listing Report.”
“Parker and his team, however, merge data to create mind-bogglingly detailed maps that allow them to profile, for example, coastal erosion, or to treat Newcastle as an urban laboratory.”
“Because each is mind-bogglingly complex and full of surprises.”
“This should be aggravating: YouTube's mind-bogglingly popular Annoying Orange web series is set to make the crossover to television, according to Deadline Hollywood.”
“FROM THE NEWSROOM: You know how everyone always talks about how insane and mind-bogglingly surreal awards-show red carpets are?”
“I understand that a tequila as mind-bogglingly smooth as Don Julio 1942 may not be for everyone.”
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