Origin of awe
OTHER WORDS FROM aweoutawe, verb (used with object), out·awed, out·aw·ing.
How to use awe in a sentence
Einstein had held it in his hand, and found himself trembling in awe.When Einstein Tilted at Windmills - Issue 93: Forerunners|Amanda Gefter|November 18, 2020|Nautilus
So Morikawa’s practice rounds this week weren’t just to prepare to compete, but to get over the awe.Who can win the Masters, who can but won’t and who to pick in your pool|Barry Svrluga|November 11, 2020|Washington Post
In the beginning, as a student of private equity, I was in awe of my mentors.From mentorship to friendship to love: What I learned from three investing giants|matthewheimer|November 10, 2020|Fortune
After that, dispose of the solution, rinse the inside of your electric kettle, and stand in awe of your brand-new-looking appliance.The one ingredient you need to clean the dishwasher and four other gross household items|Sandra Gutierrez G.|November 5, 2020|Popular-Science
I was in awe of the giants who roamed the hallways of our Time-Life Building offices.
"It is my father," said she, still standing in the way and awing him by the power of her beauty.
Her faulty administration, moreover, drew the people into the crime, because she exasperated without sufficiently awing them.The Revolt of The Netherlands, Complete|Friedrich Schiller
Nevertheless he paraded the Tory remainder of it, doubtless with the intention of awing the entire county.The Little Red Foot|Robert W. Chambers
For the first time he saw the awing vastness of the desert, and the soft pastel shades which made their desolation beautiful.'Me-Smith'|Caroline Lockhart
He had no capacity, whatever, for either awing or conciliating those with whom he came in contact.With Clive in India|G. A. Henty