- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of awe.
“I would focus on fantasy, SF, surrealism, and would be open to science and nonspec literary poetry if it awes me.”
“They give me a wider perspective in terms of music repertoire and in terms of being a performer," says Kigawa, who consistently awes critics with his mastery of the most difficult texts.”
“It's worth contemplating that the most powerful and substantive works are not those in which Zoffany awes us with his considerable skill at painting frothy fabrics and other accoutrements of the era's formal portraiture, but rather the substantive studies of interesting sitters.”
“Avatar delivers everything that a great story needs: conflict (s) that we get invested in; characters whom we care about and who develop and change because of what they experience; a world that fascinates and awes us; and catharsis, catharsis, catharsis.”
“It bears only three marks – one vertical and one at 45° to each side – showing times of prayer.01388 602860"It rather awes than pleases," as Samuel Johnson put it.”
“Again we become aware of how gracefully the sun and earth waltz with each other through the ballroom of space-time, eliciting awes and hallelujahs.”
“I wonder how often this community of people gathers together and if they still notice the wonders and awes of the place like an outsider, such as me, does.”
“The beauty of parts of this city still awes me even after all these years.”
“It awes me to be able to participate in the discussion about where it's headed.”
“The world delights and awes them on a daily basis.”
Looking for tweets for awes.