Definition of awed
: showing awe awed respect
Examples of awed in a Sentence
gave the nationally known golfer an awed look
Recent Examples of awed from the Web
The spectators lining the arena were awed as hundreds of Native Americans dancers in splendid attire paraded in what is known as the Grand Entrance of the tribes.
There was a moment of awed silence as the boys contemplated such a thing, and then a burst of laughter.
So too with this vast novel, which will leave you awed by the heat of its anger and the depth of its compassion.
The trophy moves through hallways basking in the stares of awed students, teachers and parents.
In the vector’s lab at the National University in San Salvador, the 26-year-old biology major sounds awed by Aedes aegypti, which carries dengue fever, chikungunya, and Zika in its three-millimeter body.
At the Family Research Counsel, Cathy Cleaver awed lawmakers with her media-savvy CDA shtick.
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