Nevertheless he paraded the Tory remainder of it, doubtless with the intention of awing the entire county.
His voice was low, in an awing, confident contrast with the headlong emphasis of his movements.
But these creations have an awing beauty; they keep an unattainable distance and height.
Seven days after the first brood were awing, I found the new eggs in the nest.
They are ever on the move, afoot or awing; and during these three weeks of junketing, the unique courtship is carried on.
Oft Scyld the Scefing from squadroned foes, from many a tribe, the mead-bench tore, awing the earls.
For the first time he saw the awing vastness of the desert, and the soft pastel shades which made their desolation beautiful.
Goold Brown has most disingenuously insinuated that the great success of my Grammar is awing wholly to extrinsic circumstances.
"It is my father," said she, still standing in the way and awing him by the power of her beauty.
The ball seemed for a time as if it were awing forever, and would fall to the ground no more.
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.