Definition of Aweing

1. awe [v] - See also: awe



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Aweing

awe-inspire
awe-inspired
awe-inspires
awe-inspiring
awe-stricken
awe-struck
awearied
aweary
aweather
awed
awedness
awee
aweel
aweful
aweigh
aweing (current term)
aweless
awelessness
awent
awes
awesome
awesome-sauce
awesome sauce
awesomely
awesomeness
awesomenesses
awesomenessness
awesomer
awesomesauce
awesomest

Literary usage of Aweing

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1. William Morris: Poet, Craftsman, Socialist by Elisabeth Luther Cary (1902)
"... Lay 'neath the spoils of the mighty and the ruddy rings of yore: But amidst was the Helm of aweing that the Fear of earth- folk bore, And there gleamed ..."

2. The Book of Tea by Kakuzō Okakura (1906)
"The few that have been spared in the disastrous conflagrations of centuries are still capable of aweing us by the grandeur and richness of their decoration. ..."

3. The Story of Sigurd the Volsung and the Fall of the Niblungs by William Morris (1904)
"And forth from the Helm of aweing are the sunbeams flashing wide, And the sheathed Wrath of Sigurd lies still by his mighty side. ..."

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