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Sentence count:22Posted:2017-02-05Updated:2017-02-05
Similar words: struckdestructiondestructiveindestructibletruckinstructstructureconstructMeaning: adj. having or showing a feeling of mixed reverence and respect and wonder and dread. 
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1. She gazed awestruck at the jewels.
2. I stood and gazed at him, awestruck that anyone could be so beautiful.
3. All the family members were thrown into awestruck silence under the threat of the gunmen.
4. I could tell she was impressed from the awestruck expression on her face.
5. People were awestruck by the pictures the satellite sent back to earth.
6. She was Demeter, she told the awestruck women.
7. For a dozen heartbeats the city was awestruck, numbed and silent.
8. The Rattlers have long gotten over the awestruck stage with Orlando.
9. I was awestruck in the maple grove, immersed there in the luminescent yellow all around.
10. That was the final problem: an awestruck crew.
11. The problem is that most people are awestruck by your fabulousness.
12. On its own, his army—the "Golden Horde", as awestruck local Slavs were later to nickname the newcomers—could dominate the region.
13. I am absent - minded and awestruck , ho , then ride on the wind heading west.
14. The awestruck birds gazed at Wonder. Slowly, timidly, they rose into the air.
15. Jane was spending the day with the girls, who were awestruck by it all now.
16. Several of the ball players signed autographs for the awestruck kids.
17. When I consider the journeys of these slow-moving creatures,( I am awestruck.
18. The kids playing stickball gathered to curse the driver who had made them scatter, but now were watching with awestruck interest.
19. Each time seeing the potbellied celebrities with high and mighty poses I would feel inexplicable awestruck.
20. Take that spectacular parade. What message was it meant to convey to an awestruck world?
21. When foreign executives speak of their American counterparts, are apt to be more scornful than awestruck.
22. IF THE father of electromagnetism, Michael Faraday, could be transported into the 21st century, he would no doubt be awestruck by the iPhone.
More similar words: struckdestructiondestructiveindestructibletruckinstructstructureconstructinstructorstructuralobstructioninstructionconstructiveconstructingconstructioninstructionalreconstructioninfrastructurereconstruction periodwestruckuswesternnorthwestsouthwesttruculentabstrusestruggleconstruedistrustmenstrual
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