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- adj. Inspiring awe; awesome.
- v. Present participle of awe-inspire.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. inspiring awe or admiration or wonder
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They are about life, and this life is the joy of creation, cosmic play, divine comedy, and awe-inspiring movement.
From this new, awe-inspiring spot, urban power brokers could gaze down on the city where their ambitions would be realized.
Not only was the world just completely awe-inspiring, but the characters and the storyline are evocative and a pure pleasure to read.
Every individual has a power of magnitude that is awe-inspiring.
At first, the scenery looks like any other suburb, but slowly civilization begins to peel away and reveal awe-inspiring mountain ranges that dwarf any expectations.
In a few days the U.S. will send off lights of its own in celebration of its independence, but after watching this video, they may have some competition in the awe-inspiring department.
I wanted something we could use to stand our ground in, something truly awe-inspiring to do justice to what we were seeing.
The war in Georgia broke out on August 8, 2008, the very same day that the Olympics were opening with an awe-inspiring ceremony in Beijing.
There was something genuinely awe-inspiring about seeing all that energy, determination, and brilliance applied to the problems that he wanted his foundation to solve.
After the King's Speech won all those Oscars I thought I must go to see that and I found it really awe-inspiring.
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