Grant wrote his memoirs in 1885 at the breathtaking pace of 25–50 pages a day while in excruciating pain from throat cancer.
Food Destination Nothing pairs better with the breathtaking lands of the Mediterranean than the phenomenal dining scene.
But the most breathtaking aspects of the image are the rings and gaps in the disk, never imaged before in this much detail.
Of course, the compound at Kennebunkport against the rocks and the sea is breathtaking.
“The speed and flexibility is breathtaking,” [the executive] said.
Why, the little devil looked like a siren and the bare feet in the net were breathtaking.
The havoc wrought among the onrushing pack was breathtaking.
While they waited, the village folk reaped a breathtaking harvest.
He reveled in its beauty, its breathtaking panorama and its balance.
Just then something, a breathtaking intuition—I'll never know what—made me turn my head.