from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Informal Producing hallucinatory effects: mind-blowing drugs.
- adj. Informal Intensely affecting the mind or emotions: a mind-blowing horror story.
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- adj. hallucinogenic
- adj. having an overwhelming affect on the imagination; mind-boggling
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. mind-bending.
- adj. intensely affecting the mind or emotions; astonishing; -- usually referring to extraordinary experiences.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. intensely affecting the mind especially in producing hallucinations
- adj. intensely affecting the mind or emotions
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In this mind-blowing and heart-opening experience, I witnessed a six-foot-tall luminous egg directly in front of me.
Her approach to a woman's face and eyebrows is mind-blowing and purely genius.
He described the lack of response as "mind-blowing" and "worse than the apartheid government" because South Africans living under a racist regime had come to expect such poor treatment.
Not a mind-blowing Gewurzt, but at $16 a good value.
After the first three mind-blowing seasons of Damages, nothing should come as a surprise.
In short, you can't replace chocolate with strawberries in a recipe, press the "snowflake" button on the ice-cream machine and expect mind-blowing results brain-freezing, maybe.
That connection for the kids was mind-blowing, as well.
Drink like you're still in college which wasn't too long ago for most, then see a mind-blowing speaker like Gary Vaynerchuk.
The one at Noreascon in 2004 (my last Worldcon) had been mind-blowing.
Add in a bunch of mind-blowing ideas to go along with it's immense scope and you have a story that blows most mainstream fiction away, and all in a tidy short story package.