verb (used with object), awed, aw·ing.
Origin of awe
Related formsout·awe, verb (used with object), out·awed, out·aw·ing.
Examples from the Web for awe
The shared feelings, the bubbling emotion, the awe: she became an experience.Bow Down, Bitches: How Beyoncé Turned an Elevator Brawl Into a Perfect Year|Kevin Fallon|December 31, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In the art world, sex can be the ultimate attention-grabber, one of the best forms of shock and awe.
He was in awe of Tel Aviv, a gay-friendly city with Pride parades rivaling those in Berlin and Amsterdam.
I watched in awe as he virtually caromed off the walls of the classrooms and hallways.Robin Williams and Christopher Reeve's Epic Friendship and the Greatest Williams Story Ever Told|Marlow Stern|August 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
As usual, I spent most of my time in awe of my fellow cosplaying women.
He knew that the second destruction of the boats, but in a different way, would fill them with awe.The Keepers of the Trail|Joseph A. Altsheler
When the travellers saw it they were filled with awe and joy.The Unknown Quantity|Henry van Dyke
For an instant that awe with which absolute helplessness invests the sleeping and dead was felt by both husband and wife.Trent's Trust and Other Stories|Bret Harte
All they could do was to stand round her with awe in their faces.The Eternal City|Hall Caine
It would have been too terrible—I couldn't have slept a wink from awe.Anne Of The Island|Lucy Maud Montgomery