awestruck


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awe·struck

 (ô′strŭk′) also awe·strick·en (-strĭk′ən)
adj.
Full of awe.

awestruck

(ˈɔːˌstrʌk) or

awe-stricken

adj
overcome or filled with awe
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.awestruck - having or showing a feeling of mixed reverence and respect and wonder and dreadawestruck - having or showing a feeling of mixed reverence and respect and wonder and dread; "stood in awed silence before the shrine"; "in grim despair and awestruck wonder"

awestruck

awe-stricken
adjective impressed, shocked, amazed, stunned, afraid, frightened, terrified, cowed, astonished, horrified, intimidated, fearful, awed, daunted, awe-inspired, dumbfounded, struck dumb, wonder-struck I was awestruck that anyone could be so beautiful.
Translations
مُصاب بِالرَّهْبَه
jat hrůzou/bázní
lamslået
megfélemlített
óttasleginn; gagntekinn lotningu
naplniťposvätnou úctou
dehşet içinde kalmışkorkmuş

awestruck

awe-struck [ˈɔːstrʌk] adjfrappé(e) d'admiration

awe

() noun
wonder and fear. The child looked in awe at the king.
verb
to fill with awe. He was awed by his new school.
ˈawe-inspiring, ˈawesome adjective
causing awe. The waterfall was awe-inspiring; an awesome sight.
ˈawestruck adjective
filled with awe. awestruck by the mountains.
References in classic literature ?
Unobserved he rose and glided away; while, awestruck by the aspect of their commander, the seamen clustered together on the forecastle, till Ahab, troubledly pacing the deck, shouted out -- To the braces
In that moment it was that the great apes came and again the blacks remained awestruck witnesses to the palaver, and the battle between Korak and the young bull.
They mounted the stair in silence, and still with an occasional awestruck glance at the dead body, proceeded more thoroughly to examine the contents of the cabinet.
On 17 July, yesterday, one of the men, Olgaren, came to my cabin, and in an awestruck way confided to me that he thought there was a strange man aboard the ship.
It happened that the hotel had the reputation of being the best, the most expensive, and the most aristocratic in all the spa, and at every turn on the staircase or in the corridors we encountered fine ladies and important-looking Englishmen--more than one of whom hastened downstairs to inquire of the awestruck landlord who the newcomer was.
Beebe, look at that," said Freddy in awestruck tones.
Bankes asked, in an awestruck tone of voice, for that privilege, and began a preliminary unbuttoning of her white kid gloves.
I don't know," Nibs said, awestruck, "but it looks so weary, and as it flies it moans, `Poor Wendy,'"
So I lifted it, and when I looked behind she had her head in the air and her neighbour was gazing at her awestruck.
I am to wait, My Lord," replied the awestruck fellow, to whom the service had been much the same had his mistress ordered him to Hell to bear a message to the Devil.
We stood and looked at each other with awestruck faces.
cried Fraulein Mosebach in awestruck tones (she was now in her cousin's confidence)--"his mother has forgiven you