filled with awe.
She was temporarily tongue-tied, awestricken, full of a strange superstitious horror.
The Devil’s Garden W. B. Maxwell
“Yes; that was what woke me, Ned,” said Jack in an awestricken whisper.
Jack at Sea George Manville Fenn
The brother and sister looked at each other, but neither spoke the awestricken thought that was in both their hearts.
A Modern Instance William Dean Howells
They were immensely excited, not at all awestricken, entirely friendly.
The Leopard Woman Stewart Edward White
He was sure now that he liked this new acquaintance; she seemed pleasantly to be awestricken.
The Adventures of Bobby Orde Stewart Edward White
He encountered the abashed and awestricken Kipps with the praises of his system and himself.
Kipps H. G. Wells
Brushing aside the lowest boughs, they stepped in awestricken silence within the dank, chill cone of shade.
Sister Dolorosa and Posthumous Fame James Lane Allen
The company were awestricken at the infinite presumption of the man, and the calm assurance with which he spoke.
A New Witness for God (Volume 1 of 3) B. H. Roberts
Exultingly he called forth his vassals, and the work of opening the umbrella began in the presence of an awestricken multitude.
Out of the Hurly-Burly Charles Heber Clark
“Or mine,” added the Doctor lightly, much to the astonishment of our awestricken callers.
In the Forbidden Land Arnold Henry Savage Landor
filled with awe. Contemporary Examples But when I finally stumbled on The Sopranos, I was awestruck. Five Lessons the Faltering Music Industry Could Learn From TV Ted Gioia August 2, 2014 I had to go back and remember how awestruck I felt when I encountered it for the first time. Susan Cain: How I Write […]
noun a variant spelling of awhato
very; extremely: That was awfully nice of you. He’s awfully slow. in a manner provoking censure, disapproval, or the like: She behaved awfully all evening. Archaic. in a manner inspiring awe: shouting awfully the dreaded curse. in a manner expressing awe: to stare awfully. Contemporary Examples (If you haven’t seen the ad starring his mixed-race […]
extremely bad; unpleasant; ugly: awful paintings; an awful job. inspiring fear; dreadful; terrible: an awful noise. solemnly impressive; inspiring awe: the awful majesty of alpine peaks. full of awe; reverential. extremely dangerous, risky, injurious, etc.: That was an awful fall she had. He took an awful chance by driving here so fast. Informal. very; extremely: […]