I see how hard it is and I see how amazing it is, and I am awed by my friends' parenting skills.
I am awed by the resilience of these people whose sexual identities are literally a matter of life and death.
Cronkite the correspondent may have been awed, but Cronkite the human being knew enough not to get too close.
Iran was awed by the majesty of the Shahanshah, the king of kings, and thought it was at the zenith of greatness.
There, she too was awed by the African female delegation, just as I would be years later.
awed by his power and his sternness, the parents yielded her to his will.
I was awed and abashed by the dignity of his bearing and his speech.
He had done him many kindnesses, but he had awed Donald with his shipboard severity.
"I hear them, gracious lady," replied the girl in an awed whisper.
Then they rested with awed admiration on the face of a great winged angel stooping with outstretched hand.
c.1300, earlier aghe, c.1200, from a Scandinavian source, e.g. Old Norse agi "fright;" from Proto-Germanic *agiz- (cf. Old English ege "fear," Old High German agiso "fright, terror," Gothic agis "fear, anguish"), from PIE *agh-es- (cf. Greek akhos "pain, grief"), from root *agh- "to be depressed, be afraid" (see ail). Current sense of "dread mixed with veneration" is due to biblical use with reference to the Supreme Being. Awe-inspiring is recorded from 1814.