filled with awe.

Also awe·struck, awe-strick·en, awe·strick·en [aw-strik-uh n] /ˈɔˌstrɪk ən/.

Origin of awe-struck

First recorded in 1625–35 Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for awe-struck

Historical Examples of awe-struck

  • Then I marvel not,' said Eleanor, in a low, awe-struck voice.

    Two Penniless Princesses

    Charlotte M. Yonge

  • We are awe-struck at their power, and magnify the mystery of their existence.

    By the Christmas Fire

    Samuel McChord Crothers

  • But were you not frightened,—awe-struck in this dark and horrible place, alone?

    A Jolly Fellowship

    Frank R. Stockton

  • Yes,” answered Henderson in an awe-struck voice, “Daubeny is dead.

    St. Winifred's

    Frederic W. Farrar

  • "That was it," said Lestrade, in an awe-struck voice; and we were all silent for a while.

    A Study In Scarlet

    Arthur Conan Doyle