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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of awe.
- adj. Filled with awe.
- adj. Having or showing awe.
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- adj. inspired by a feeling of fearful wonderment or reverence
- adj. having or showing a feeling of mixed reverence and respect and wonder and dread
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"The blankets were not!" the women repeated in awed whispers.
The Vessel bumped to a halt at the outskirts of the village, but the only peep to approach was a small child, who stood staring at the Vessel in awed silence.
At the same time, he speaks in awed tones about the position he has already attained: "Never in those dark days did I think I would be the administrator of the VA."
Barbara would hearken in awed fascination to that story of the man lost in the desert, whose eyes looked once upon fabulous wealth but who could never find it again.
All the horde had gathered outside and in awed silence was looking on.
"Sure nuff debbil, mammy?" whispered Marthy in awed accents.
"His name awed his enemies more than his army," says Camden.
At last I could declare, in awed happiness, ‘I can make anything! '
She started and would have uttered an exclamation, but something in its expression awed and restrained her.
She recalled the awed exclamation of Eda when they had walked together along Warren Street on that evening in summer: "How would you like to live there!"