He seemed bewildered and over-awed by the importance of the occasion.
It would be indecorous in me to be over-awed by menaces, or to yield to compulsion.
I'm not as over-awed at the idea of this affair as I might be.
The others still felt too over-awed at the business-like terms just heard, to make any sign, favorable or otherwise.
This man is too over-awed by my rank to ever permit himself to express his feelings by word of mouth.
The mate was over-awed; he steadied his nerves, took up the telescope and looked towards the crest of the hill for a few seconds.
As he grew older, it over-awed him like the rows of sheepskin-covered volumes in the bookcases under the painting.
John lived himself in daily wonder at Him; he was overpowered, over-awed, entranced, transfigured.
Over-awed by the dignity of his manner and his calmness, the captors obeyed their captive and silently led him to their chief.
Too over-awed to speak, Dan trotted at his heels and he dared say nothing until they were once more where they had started from.