Related formsaw·ed·ly [aw-id-lee, awd-] /ˈɔ ɪd li, ˈɔd-/, adverbaw·ed·ness, nounun·awed, adjective
Definition for awed (2 of 2)
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 awed
I am awed by the resilience of these people whose sexual identities are literally a matter of life and death.
The couple appeared so awed by the rock that it left them feeling somewhat speechless.Will and Kate Recall Charles and Di At Ayer's Rock|Tom Sykes|April 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I see how hard it is and I see how amazing it is, and I am awed by my friends' parenting skills.Why I Choose to Be Child-Free: Readers Share Their Stories|Harry Siegel|February 27, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Cronkite the correspondent may have been awed, but Cronkite the human being knew enough not to get too close.The Story of the American Journalists Who Landed on D-Day|Timothy M. Gay|June 6, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Iran was awed by the majesty of the Shahanshah, the king of kings, and thought it was at the zenith of greatness.
A sharp turn to the left, and Uncle Sid could not repress an exclamation of awed delight at the scene before him.The Vision of Elijah Berl|Frank Lewis Nason
You are awed, I see, by the thought that it may come to an end!Master Olof|August Strindberg
She was awed and a little frightened by the undreamed-of magnificence about her.Warrior of the Dawn|Howard Carleton Browne
Judith was awed by the intensity of passion in the man, but not changed in her purpose.In the Roar of the Sea|Sabine Baring-Gould
Awed and deafened, the two pushed doggedly on, Lafe stealing glances over his shoulder, to see if the officer was following.The Deserter, and Other Stories|Harold Frederic