awe

All Noun Verb Adjective
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  • Then suddenly into our awed silence broke my mother in full evening dress. Cited from Different Girls, by Various
  • The event of the day had awed them into something like a common feeling. Cited from A Dog with a Bad Name, by Talbot Baines Reed
  • I stand in awe of God because of what he has done through his creation.
  • I hope some of that awe and joy has been captured here.
  • The children looked at her for a moment or two, awed by her manner. Cited from Willie the Waif, by Minie Herbert
  • When the boy was carried around among all this, he was awed. Cited from The Wonderful Adventures of Nils, by Selma Lagerloef
  • As a result, she later described her relationship with her mother as one of awe-inspired fear.
  • He was awed neither by the man's rank nor his power nor his ancient blood. Cited from The Hosts of the Air, by Joseph A. Altsheler
  • He was face to face with a hard duty, and it awed him. Cited from Jack of Both Sides, by Florence Coombe
  • Always looking those who built the past with awe and they want to make their own statements.
  • This put them in such awe of his power that they stayed hidden and did nothing.
  • He might have been awed at another time, but now he was not afraid. Cited from The Hosts of the Air, by Joseph A. Altsheler
  • He seemed like a man awed by an entirely new experience. Cited from The Romance of a Christmas Card, by Kate Douglas Wiggin
  • She was awed for a moment, then she, too, spoke in her own fashion. Cited from Marzio's Crucifix and Zoroaster, by F. Marion Crawford
  • In awe, she closed her eyes and when she again opened her eyes, everything vanished.
  • If she had always awed him before, it was different now. Cited from Bought and Paid For, by Arthur Hornblow
  • Soon he found himself looking up into it with confidence, as well as with awed respect. Cited from Bakemono Yashiki (The Haunted House), by James S. De Benneville
  • Presently he came upon a very large thing which awed him. Cited from The Ape, the Idiot & Other People, by W. C. Morrow
  • Worth took a step nearer and lay an awed hand upon her arm. Cited from The Visioning, by Susan Glaspell
  • The next day, the village is in awe on the discovery of another body.
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Meaning of awe

  • noun An overwhelming feeling of wonder or admiration
    he stared over the edge with a feeling of awe
  • verb Inspire awe in
    The famous professor awed the undergraduates