Model Joan Smalls is the kind of stunner who boasts a strong appeal.
Nineties' grunge rockers Pearl Jam are back with a stunner of a video and a great song.
Meanwhile, U.S. defender Matt Besler, who seemed a bit dinged up after that Portugal stunner, will be good to go.
The Florida-born stunner is pouty in a thoroughly concealing white sleeveless knit top.
Quite a stunner, young Mrs. Nixon is, too, and Bert is a good match for her.
"What do you mean by a 'stunner,' John," asked Paul, with dignity.
It's a stunner, especially if you skip all the descriptions of scenery.
Wade must have got in a pretty heavy charge; for the report was a stunner.
In his brush with the injured Throg at the wreck the stunner had had little impression on the enemy.
Thorvald jumped to the net slung from the poles; Shann raised his stunner.
To advocate or support, esp very actively
[1878+; fr the notion of giving speeches from stumps]