- 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-struck
Then I marvel not,' said Eleanor, in a low, awe-struck voice.Two Penniless Princesses
Charlotte M. Yonge
We are awe-struck at their power, and magnify the mystery of their existence.By the Christmas Fire
Samuel McChord Crothers
But were you not frightened,—awe-struck in this dark and horrible place, alone?A Jolly Fellowship
Frank R. Stockton
Yes,” answered Henderson in an awe-struck voice, “Daubeny is dead.St. Winifred's
Frederic W. Farrar
"That was it," said Lestrade, in an awe-struck voice; and we were all silent for a while.A Study In Scarlet
Arthur Conan Doyle