- a- + wing (Wiktionary)
“The longer the performance went on, the more girly my "awing" became.”
“Martin drank on silently, biting out his orders and invitations and awing the barkeeper, an effeminate country youngster with watery blue eyes and hair parted in the middle.”
“Gorgeous African prints were draped, pleated, wrapped and ruffled to create beautiful and wearable designs that had us ooing and awing in our seats.”
“By car, by bus, by foot, they came this week, snapping pictures and oohing and awing in every language imaginable.”
“The most awing act I saw this week was the Blind Boys of Alabama, on Wednesday night.”
“The awing counter-factual here is that if youth showed up this election the way they did in 2010, then the Democrats would in all likelihood maintain control of the House.”
“They single-handedly led the resurgence of our National Pastime and they did so by awing us with their superhuman strength.”
“It is, however, presented surprisingly well, awing the reader and making him think, at which point "Brasyl" becomes one of those addictive can't-put-it-down books.”
“He twisted from her and reared up with an awing fury against the vampires.”
“There were creatures afoot or awing that had never been known before to have ventured out in the dark.”
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Words with the prefix "a"
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