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A sharp turn to the left, and Uncle Sid could not repress an exclamation of awed delight at the scene before him.
THE VISION OF ELIJAH BERLFRANK LEWIS NASON
You are awed, I see, by the thought that it may come to an end!
MASTER OLOFAUGUST STRINDBERG
She was awed and a little frightened by the undreamed-of magnificence about her.
WARRIOR OF THE DAWNHOWARD CARLETON BROWNE
Judith was awed by the intensity of passion in the man, but not changed in her purpose.
IN THE ROAR OF THE SEASABINE BARING-GOULD
Awed and deafened, the two pushed doggedly on, Lafe stealing glances over his shoulder, to see if the officer was following.
Her breath came fast, as she sank her voice to a faint, awed whisper, "Daddy—do you reckon it's—Yankees?"
THE LITTLEST REBELEDWARD PEPLE
The listening sepoys around us were awed into silence as he calmly related the details of his foul deed.
Olive, awed by his language, which was bitter even to fierceness, at first made him no answer.
OLIVEDINAH MARIA CRAIK, (AKA DINAH MARIA MULOCK)
Fierce murmurers, answering each other from morning until evening—what rebuke is this which has awed them into peace?
Some were awed, some were overpoweringly interested, some were cruelly patient.
NORTHERN LIGHTSGILBERT PARKER

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