awe[ aw ]SEE DEFINITION OF awe
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With an undefined feeling of awe, she looked in the countenance of her friend.
"Heads for her, tails for me," he said, with some awe in his tone.
You did not like to look at it, and you could not meet it without unpleasantness and awe.
Besides, she did not stand in awe of Gilder, as did the others in his service.
With all his masterfulness he was very considerably in awe of Miss Allis.
In fact, Napoleon stood more in awe of Panoria than she did of him.
Martin drank in every detail wonderingly, with a kind of awe.
That "man with the pack" always inspired me with awe and reverence.
I felt an awe come upon me, and Rebecca's countenance was troubled.
They looked about the room with some awe and a puzzled acceptance of its being the same, yet not the same.
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