Simple past tense and past participle of astonish. (verb)
Examples of word astonished
Most Europeans are astonished at the rapidity with which the Americans despatch their meals; but I, having admitted the proposition, that there was "nothing new under the sun," had long previously ceased to be _astonished_ at any thing.
The word astonished literally means, “struck dumb with amazement.”
The revelation was made all the more remarkable by its tim ing: only a few years after Donald Griffin astonished the scientific community in 1958 with his revelation that bats "see" the world with their ears.
I am dancing, dancing in astonished skin, in an embrace that creates me.
I remain astonished at how the MSM ignores the elephant in the room.