The awful part of such thinking is the failure of the imagination.
Death and the awful abode of lost souls, whither my weakness long ago had sent him, had changed him for every other eye but mine.
For that, we need great mentoring resources, an eagerness to fail and learn from those failures, and an awful lot of time.
Indeed, for most of these voters, the past year has been an awful one.
A powerful new documentary that premiered at Tribeca captures the awful lives of bullied and tormented kids across America.
She looked at me awful wishful when she said that, an' I nodded my head ag'in.
She had an awful experience, at which she only hints, poor girl!
You see these poor people are in the most awful sort of trouble now.
He was stepping from the taxi when the awful truth dawned on him.
It's awful to be chained, especially for a dog like me that loves his freedom.
Extremely unpleasant or objectionable
Very; intensely: I feel awful bad about that