Adjective "breathtaking" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ˈbrɛθteɪkɪŋ/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Astonishing or awe-inspiring in quality, so as to take one's breath away.
  1. 'The breathtaking new images from Mars have the seductive familiarity of holiday snapshots.'
  2. 'It was a breathtaking tour, with dazzling blue waters on one side and broad flat shorelines on the other.'
  3. 'These great performances are supplemented by quite breathtaking visuals of a phenomenal quality.'
  4. 'The views down all three branches of the lake are breathtaking.'
  5. 'What did those people know about the breathtaking beauty of nature and her wares?'
  6. 'That said, all this breathtaking footage had to be broken up somehow.'
  7. 'Three particular decisions made by Government are breathtaking in their foolishness.'
  8. 'The music is exhilarating, the costumes are breathtaking, and the acting is superb.'
  9. 'The cinematography is breathtaking and every element of the production design feels authentic.'
  10. 'In her paintings, she is able to express a breathtaking religious ecstasy.'

Definitions

1. thrillingly beautiful, remarkable, astonishing, exciting, or the like: a breathtaking performance.

More examples(as adjective)

"rooms can be breathtaking with works."

"rooms can be breathtaking with paintings."

"rooms can be breathtaking with manies."

"powers can be breathtaking of ministers."

"carvings can be breathtaking in beauties."

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