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awestruck

adjective as in blank

adjective as in wondering

Weak match

adverb as in agape

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I’m always a little awestruck when foods that taste especially good together also balance each other nutritionally.

Instantly giddy and awestruck, I spent the remainder of the three-hour bus ride scanning the horizon for animals.

When she finally saw the cosmic show, with undulating streamers of emerald, fuchsia and violet shimmering across the ether, she was awestruck.

It was the first time either of them had been to a rocket launch, and both said they were awestruck.

“I definitely remember this feeling of just being awestruck,” Rivera-Valentín says.

At first, family members are awestruck—amazed and thankful that their loved one is still with them.

But when I finally stumbled on The Sopranos, I was awestruck.

He also liked girls, and he liked how approachable he was with a toddler staring awestruck from the next stool over.

I had to go back and remember how awestruck I felt when I encountered it for the first time.

As Israeli jets bombed Damascus on Sunday, Ahmad al-Khatib stood awestruck in his apartment.

Judge Lynch, awestruck by this terrible roar, now felt what it is to be a judge; he trembled and hesitated.

Kalingalunga paused at the brink and said to his companions in a low, awestruck voice, "Milmeridien."

In this garden of the dead of all ages they felt their common humanity, and followed their black brother silent and awestruck.

Meadows sat still as a mouse, his brain boiling and bubbling—awestruck at what he had done, yet meditating worse.

I stood amongst my awestruck congregation for a few minutes.

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On this page you'll find 69 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to awestruck, such as: agog, amazed, anxious, appalled, dismayed, and shocked.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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