Examples of awestruck in a Sentence
Awestruck admiration showed on her face.
They were awestruck by the sheer size of the project.
Recent Examples of awestruck from the Web
Like so many others, NASA astronaut Ricky Arnold was awestruck by the livestreaming of Starman and his ride.
Maria Grazia Chiuri was just as awestruck by Oprah Winfrey’s Golden Globes speech as the rest of us.
This week marked a watershed then, with German electronic musician Schiller bringing his pulsating beats to awestruck audiences in the capital Tehran.
Several days later, Liutkus-Pierce saw Brett’s photographs and was awestruck by the quality of preservation.
At the PEN International Congress in New York in 1986, my awestruck younger self had his photo taken with Susan Sontag, Nadine Gordimer, and Czeslaw Milosz.
The resort offers plenty of fine dining with three restaurants, but the glittering holiday trees and other festive greenery will leave you awestruck.
The continually awestruck announcers, operating on hype levels known only to wrestling commentators, do their best to dredge something out of nothing.
Street thieves plunder awestruck visitors gawking below the tower, and tourists in crowded elevators are like fish in a barrel for predatory pickpockets.
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