Examples of breathtaking in a Sentence
The train raced past with breathtaking speed.
They gave a breathtaking performance.
The view of the mountains was breathtaking.
a scene of breathtaking beauty
The scope of the error is breathtaking.
Recent Examples of breathtaking from the Web
Rodolfo and Mimi's Act One pas de deux of falling in love is a breathtaking encounter.
Here, there are few special effects, conveying with simple, blunt power the breathtaking intensity of Adam's and Solo's imaginations.
While Cook has proved an able steward of the brand (and is by all accounts a better human being than Jobs), the company is no longer driven by the relentless perfectionism that made the early iPhones so breathtaking.
Truly an elevated experience, this resort’s Eagle’s Eye Suites offer ski-in-and-out accommodations atop the breathtaking 7,700-foot mountain.
The exhibition reminds us that while war is never less than hell, some of its byproducts can be breathtaking and, in their soul-nurturing beauty, the very antithesis of war.
In 2010, Purdue executed a breathtaking pivot: Embracing the arguments critics had been making for years about OxyContin’s susceptibility to abuse, the company released a new formulation of the medication that was harder to snort or inject.
Built in Italy, the 212-foot Texas Star has been delighting fairgoers with its breathtaking views of Dallas-Fort Worth for over three decades.
Recent upgrades to the resort include a spa that offers treatments incorporating Anangu traditions and a dunetop bar with breathtaking views of this UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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First Known Use of breathtaking
charged, electric, electrifying, exciting, exhilarating, exhilarative, galvanic, galvanizing, hair-raising, heart-stopping, inspiring, intoxicating, mind-bending, mind-blowing, mind-boggling, rip-roaring, rousing, stimulating, stirring, thrilling;
BREATHTAKING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of breathtaking for English Language Learners
: very exciting
: very great or surprising
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