- n a very attractive or seductive looking woman
- n an unexpected and amazing event
the stunner was what happened on Saturday
- Or the time that she was "tombstoned" by Kane? Of the time that Austin kicked her in the crotch and hit her with a stunner after downing a couple beers?.
- The announcement was a stunner.
- This 1997 play, having its New York premiere in a fine production directed by Philip Seymour Hoffman and starring Anna Paquin, is a stunner.
- Francis Collins in Forbes
That is really quite a stunner,said Dr. Francis Collins, genetics chief at the National Institutes of Health, which funded the research. "It gives you a glimmer of how subtle changes in DNA cause big trouble."
- Michael Strahan in International Herald Tribune
It's a 10-table stunner,Strahan said, waving the ring in front of his face for effect and noting it can be seen in a restaurant from 10 tables away.
- Steve Jobs in AFP
This thing is a stunner in terms of performance,Jobs said of the NVIDIA chip, which reportedly makes graphics processing as much as five times faster than in previous MacBook models based on only Intel chips.