At every station silent, awe-stricken crowds were gathered to question of the state of the beloved sufferer.
She stood among them, amazed, awe-stricken, but not like one affrighted or dismayed.
Some of them were still chattering, staring overhead with awe-stricken eyes.
Harriet led the way, about a dozen people following, all awe-stricken and silent.
I reported the calamity at breakfast table in an awe-stricken whisper to Milly, who turned a trifle pale.
Then she whispered in an awe-stricken voice, "Does my mother know?"
A dead silence fell on the awe-stricken crowd, whose gaze was concentrated now on the one figure.
Joe, she said, in an awe-stricken voice, did Father whip you?
To shirk this matter thus is craven, doubtless; but I am awe-stricken and tremble, for truly, "the rage of the sheep is terrible!"
They stared at its passage, awe-stricken and perplexed beyond their power of words.