be awed by something
- to feel great respect, admiration, and sometimes fear for something
He looked at the palace, awed by its size and beauty.
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be awed by something — phrase to feel great respect, admiration, and sometimes fear for something He looked at the palace, awed by its size and beauty. Thesaurus: to respect someone or something, and to show respectsynonym Main entry: awe … Useful english dictionary
awe — awe1 [ ɔ ] noun uncount * a feeling of great respect and admiration, often combined with fear: The place has always inspired me with awe and wonder. in awe: They gazed in awe at their hero. be/stand in awe of someone: He is totally in awe of his… … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
awe — I UK [ɔː] / US [ɔ] noun [uncountable] * a feeling of great respect and admiration, often combined with fear The place has always inspired me with awe and wonder. in awe: They gazed in awe at their hero. be/stand in awe of someone: He is totally… … English dictionary
gapeseed — ˈ ̷ ̷ˌ ̷ ̷ noun 1. dialect Britain : something that causes gaping looks 2. dialect Britain : a person who looks or stares gapingly * * * /gayp seed , gap /, n. Brit. Dial. 1. a daydream or reverie. 2. an idealistic, impossible, or unreal plan or… … Useful english dictionary
gapeseed — /gayp seed , gap /, n. Brit. Dial. 1. a daydream or reverie. 2. an idealistic, impossible, or unreal plan or goal. 3. a person who gapes or stares in wonder, esp. a rustic or unworldly person who is easily awed. 4. something that is gaped at;… … Universalium
awe — awe1 [o: US o:] n [U] [Date: 1200 1300; : Old Norse; Origin: agi] 1.) a feeling of great respect and liking for someone or something ▪ He felt great awe for the landscape. with/in awe ▪ Kate gazed at the statue with awe. 2.) be/stand in awe of sb … Dictionary of contemporary English
awe — [[t]ɔ͟ː[/t]] awes, awed 1) N UNCOUNT Awe is the feeling of respect and amazement that you have when you are faced with something wonderful and often rather frightening. She gazed in awe at the great stones... His fellow officers regarded him with … English dictionary
awe — 1 noun (U) 1 a feeling of great respect and admiration for someone or something: with awe/in awe: Kate gazed at the mountains with awe. | fill sb with awe: The sight of so many jewels in one place filled them with awe. 2 be/stand in awe of sb to… … Longman dictionary of contemporary English
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