Definition of Stunner

1. Noun. A very attractive or seductive looking woman.

Exact synonyms: Beauty, Dish, Knockout, Looker, Lulu, Mantrap, Peach, Ravisher, Smasher, Sweetheart
Generic synonyms: Adult Female, Woman
Derivative terms: Dishy, Stun



2. Noun. An unexpected and amazing event. "The stunner was what happened on Saturday"
Generic synonyms: Surprise

Definition of Stunner

1. n. One who, or that which, stuns.

Definition of Stunner

1. Noun. (colloquial) Anything that is stunning. ¹

2. Noun. (''colloquial''; ''variant spelling'' '''stunna''') Specifically, a woman of stunning beauty (''often hyperbolically''). ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Stunner

1. one that stuns [n -S] - See also: stuns

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stunner

stumpwork
stumpy
stums
stun
stun baton
stun gun
stun guns
stunad
stung
stunk
stunk on ice
stunkard
stunna
stunnas
stunned
stunner (current term)
stunners
stunng
stunning
stunningly
stunningness
stunnings
stunod
stunods
stuns
stunsail
stunsails
stunt
stunt cocks

Literary usage of Stunner

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1. A Cycle of Adams Letters, 1861-1865 by Charles Francis Adams, Henry Adams (1920)
"... as he asserts, to force the country into a foreign war, and Mr. George Morey tells me that to checkmate this, stunner intends on the opening of Congress ..."

2. Narrative of a Mission to Bokhara, in the Years 1843-1845: To Ascertain the by Joseph Wolff (1845)
"Visits to Count stunner. Attempts made by certain Parties to deter Dr. Wolff from proceeding to Bokhara. Kindness of Sir Stratford Canning; His Excellency ..."

3. Reminiscences of a Sportsman by Joel Parker Whitney (1906)
"This was a stunner, and the General arose, saying: "My God! What do they want? What more can I do?" I rejoined, "Let them go and take their places. ..."

4. Narrative of a Mission of Bokhara: In the Year 1843-1845, to Ascertain the by Joseph Wolff (1846)
"The Missionaries call on Dr. Wolff—Schauffler; his extraordinary Acquirements in Language—Conversations with Count stunner. Santa Clara, the Court-Preacher ..."

5. A Glance at Revolutionized Italy: A Visit to Messina, and a Tour Through the by Charles MacFarlane (1849)
"The Italian Liberals at Constantinople — A Te Deum and a Dinner — Count stunner — The Pope's Nuncio to the Sultan — Revolutions — Carlo Alberto — A Venetian ..."

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