awestricken


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Synonyms for awestricken

having or showing a feeling of mixed reverence and respect and wonder and dread

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Moreover, the examination staff also refused to take the exam as correct paper was not given to them whereas the students were awestricken as they were forced to go home without appearing for the paper.
Maybe it's added consolation that today's visitor to Milford Sound is simply awestricken by the experience of crossing Sutherland Mountain in a fixed-wing, eight-seater plane, its wings seeming to clip the snow-covered promontory.
Golfing in Golf Club Villars, Anyone suffering from claustrophobia might freak out at the world below the mountains, but it leaves you awestricken when you realise each mile was hewn out of the solid rock by hand.
Yet the stunt so impressed our household in 1971 that we were close to bowing on hands and knees before it in an act of awestricken worship.
Historian Petrula Kostovska comments for Utrinski vesnik that she is surprised by the kitsch and is awestricken by the tackiness of project "Skopje 2014".
It is a personal victory for Bradshaw over her former self, a self that was entirely submissive and awestricken, a self that wrongly sought fulfilment in her husband's political objectives.
She differentiates her characters subtly, never letting the listener forget that it is a vibrant, precocious, frequently awestricken six through nine-year-old tomboy through whose eyes we follow the action.