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  • nounamazement
  • verbamaze

synonyms for awe

  • admiration
  • apprehension
  • astonishment
  • consternation
  • dread
  • esteem
  • horror
  • reverence
  • shock
  • terror
  • wonder
  • wonderment
  • fear
  • fright
  • regard
  • respect
  • stupefaction
  • veneration
  • worship
See also synonyms for: awed
  • dazzle
  • intimidate
  • frighten
  • alarm
  • stupefy
  • impress
  • startle
  • astonish
  • appall
  • horrify
  • daunt
  • stun
  • scare
  • terrify
  • flabbergast
  • cow
  • grandstand
  • strike
  • overawe
  • showboat
  • hotdog
  • blow away
  • knock socks off
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antonyms for awe

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  • disregard
  • expectation
  • happiness
  • disrespect
  • fearlessness
  • calmness
  • coolness
  • familiarity
  • intimacy
  • steadiness
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How to use awe in a sentence

These paths inspire awe because the labor required to construct them is almost unfathomable.
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I stand in awe of what these women have witnessed and endured, given to the world and left as their legacies.
IN ‘JUST AS I AM,’ ACTRESS CICELY TYSON REFLECTS ON 96 YEARS OF A LIFE WELL LIVEDTRE'VELL ANDERSONJANUARY 27, 2021WASHINGTON POST
When he jogged back downcourt, he did so open-mouthed — in mock awe of himself.
JOHN WALL GETS THE BEST OF THE WIZARDS IN THEIR FIRST GAME ON OPPOSITE SIDESAVA WALLACEJANUARY 27, 2021WASHINGTON POST
If you’ve been to the Capitol even once, you remember the awe that you felt when you entered the building.
STORMING OF THE CAPITOL SHOULD GIVE YOU NIGHTMARESKATHI WOLFEJANUARY 14, 2021WASHINGTON BLADE
Doyle consistently strikes just the right tone of awe and reverence for his subjects.
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The look of awe on his face, the idea of $75 a night — it’s so real.
RIZ AHMED KNOWS HIS WORTH. WITH THE GUT-WRENCHING ‘SOUND OF METAL,’ HE ENSURES YOU DO, TOO.SONIA RAODECEMBER 3, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Even Jonathan Franzen and Don DeLillo look up in awe at these towering masterpieces.
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There are too many scenes that will have you shaking your head in awe at just how strong our bonds are.
‘LOVERS ROCK’—THE STORY BEHIND THE MUSIC IN STEVE MCQUEEN’S TRIBUTE TO REGGAECMURRAYNOVEMBER 28, 2020ESSENCE.COM
Michael tilted his head back to look up, his eyes widening and his mouth dropping open in awe.
EVERY THANKSGIVING, MY MENTAL HEALTH STRATEGY IS RECALLING MEMORABLE, PERSONAL MOMENTSBOB BRODYNOVEMBER 23, 2020WASHINGTON POST
In the course of the study, Sturm and her colleagues found, the awe walk participants experienced a growing number of positive things that left them feeling more connected with the world.
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WORDS RELATED TO AWE

  • admiration
  • astonishment
  • awe
  • bewilderment
  • confoundment
  • confusion
  • marvel
  • one for the books
  • perplexity
  • shock
  • something else
  • stopper
  • stunner
  • stupefaction
  • wonder
  • wonderment
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