And Cora had turned sidewise in her seat next to him at the theatre and had looked up at him adoringly, awe-struck.
Yes,” answered Henderson in an awe-struck voice, “Daubeny is dead.
And she thrust the trembling, awe-struck children into the room that had been her prison, and turned the key upon them.
"That was it," said Lestrade, in an awe-struck voice; and we were all silent for a while.
"It is on the moraine," the men said, with awe-struck looks at one another.
But were you not frightened,—awe-struck in this dark and horrible place, alone?
A shrill, boyish voice broke out above the subdued, awe-struck chatter of the crowd.
One awe-struck look they gave it, and then fled howling into the woods.
She knelt by him, burying her awe-struck face in his bosom, and clung to him with all the fervor of her soul.
Mr. and Mrs. Crow stood on the edge of the group, awe-struck and silent.