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adj. Informal
1. Producing hallucinatory effects: mind-blowing drugs.
2. Intensely affecting the mind or emotions: a mind-blowing horror story.

mind′blow′er n.


something that is astonishing or overwhelmingsomething that is psychedelic or produces euphoria
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So, to find out that one of James Bond's most famous foes may have been based on a real life chap, is something of a mindblower.
And the latest Focus RS is a real mindblower which is set to have enthusiasts of the blue oval drooling over every curve and contour.
When it hits the streets in the next few weeks the Vel Satis will be a mindblower, but probably for all the wrong reasons.