- filled with awe.
Also awe·struck, awe-strick·en, awe·strick·en [aw-strik-uh n] /ˈɔˌstrɪk ən/.
Origin of awe-struck
First recorded in 1625–35
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Examples from the Web for awe-stricken
She marched to the door and there, turning, looked at him in awe-stricken amazement.
Primmie was staring at him in what seemed to be awe-stricken admiration.
The last was almost a cry, and the silence that followed had an awe-stricken pulse.The Trimming of Goosie
She stood among them, amazed, awe-stricken, but not like one affrighted or dismayed.Curious, if True
They both stood in the doorway, fascinated and awe-stricken.The Dude Wrangler