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awed

[ awd ]
/ ɔd /
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Definition of awed

adjective
filled with or expressing awe.
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Origin of awed

First recorded in 1635–45; awe + -ed2

OTHER WORDS FROM awed

aw·ed·ly [aw-id-lee, awd-], /ˈɔ ɪd li, ˈɔd-/, adverbaw·ed·ness, nounun·awed, adjective
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