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 awing
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
Nevertheless he paraded the Tory remainder of it, doubtless with the intention of awing the entire county.The Little Red Foot|Robert W. Chambers
Goold Brown has most disingenuously insinuated that the great success of my Grammar is awing wholly to extrinsic circumstances.
The outburst, sharp with pain, burst from her involuntarily, awing Sylvia into silence.Shifting Sands|Sara Ware Bassett
His voice was low, in an awing, confident contrast with the headlong emphasis of his movements.End of the Tether|Joseph Conrad