a frequent misspelling of awesome.
The air raid was too frequent and too deadly a visitor not to have earned an awsome respect for itself.
With the Doughboy in France Edward Hungerford
I have heard talk of yon tymbesteres; they are awsome in spite and malice.
The Last Of The Barons, Complete Edward Bulwer-Lytton
“It wad be an awsome graund thing for the lassie if she could get a job here,” said Cleg sadly.
Cleg Kelly, Arab of the City S. R. (Samuel Rutherford) Crockett
It’s an awsome thing this mischance for the city, Mr. Fairscrieve.
The Heart of Mid-Lothian, Vol. 1., Illustrated Sir Walter Scott
awshucksness noun phrase Modesty; self-abnegating embarrassment: Young Crosby displayed all the easygoing awshucksness of his late father
awt Abstract Window Toolkit advanced wastewater treatment
abbreviation Australian Workers’ Union
see aw. Contemporary Examples By the end of the episode, the two shared a short, but sweet kiss, silencing the frustrated fans and making America audibly “aww.” Most Memorable Kisses of the Year Shefali Kulkarni December 29, 2010 average weekly wage