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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.
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something that is astonishing or overwhelmingsomething that is psychedelic or produces euphoria
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