His very desolation, amidst the unfamiliar faces, awed and chilled him.
Caeri was awed by the noble and fearless manner of the stranger.
And now again she spoke in almost awed tones of my "deepness."
The savage and the satyr might have beheld, and been awed into reverence.
Neither spoke for a long time; an awed silence rested on them.
We turned back to Fraser, amazed, awed, bursting with questions.
They went and waited, silent now, awed by the presence of the men.
She was awed and a little frightened, but she did not feel like crying.
"I won't know what to do with all that money, Mr. McGuire," said Beth in an awed voice.
From time to time, awed by the fury of the elements, he looked into the night.