filled with awe.
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 Noah Charney May 7, 2013
At first, family members are awestruck—amazed and thankful that their loved one is still with them.
What It’s Like to Wake Up Dead Dr. Anand Veeravagu, MD, Tej Azad November 20, 2014
Seems so awestruck by enormity of his responsibility, not inclined to raise his voice above whisper.
Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 102, May 21, 1892 Various
I did not need the awestruck whispers round me to tell me what it was.
Things as They Are Amy Wilson-Carmichael
Millicent said, looking up with an awestruck expression to Mark.
Colonel Thorndyke’s Secret G. A. Henty
An air of awestruck expectation had replaced their usual listless apathy.
A Set of Six Joseph Conrad
Just here the guide announces in an awestruck voice ‘Blondy’s Throne.’
Cave Regions of the Ozarks and Black Hills Luella Agnes Owen
awestruck yowls from above indicated that Prue was in hot water.
In a Little Town Rupert Hughes
He was awestruck by the appalling suddenness of death and destruction.
War-time Silhouettes Stephen Hudson
overcome or filled with awe
1630s, “overwhelmed by reverential fear,” from awe (n.) + struck (see strike (v.)).
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: […]
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