mind-blowing

[mahynd-bloh-ing]
adjective Slang.
1.
overwhelming; astounding: Spending a week in the jungle was a mind-blowing experience.
2.
producing a hallucinogenic effect: a mind-blowing drug.

Origin:
1965–70

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mind-blowing
 
adj
informal producing euphoria; psychedelic

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mind-blowing adj.

  1. Producing hallucinatory effects.

  2. Intensely affecting the mind or emotions.

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Our solar system is filled with mysterious and often mind-blowing phenomena.
The photography and the new data about the coral reef are mind-blowing.
It's easy to get blasé about our technological prowess, but this kind of stuff
  is really pretty mind-blowing.
And so our investment is mind-blowing compared to anything else.
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