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Antonyms for unawed

not awed

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Holley was equally unawed by the state of Green's school of theology.
This government, the offspring of our own choice uninfluenced and unawed, adopted upon full investigation and mature deliberation, completely free in its principles, in the distribution of its powers, uniting security with energy, and containing within itself a provision for its own amendment, has a just claim to your confidence and your support.
There is an underlying element of high romanticism in these stanzas that recalls lines from Goethe's Faust, "At the whirring loom of Time unawed,/ I work the living mantle of God" (98).
109 looked at ease and completely unawed throughout the entire match against the 2009 Roland Garros champion.
As you see, I am quite unrepentant, and am even unawed by your critic, all the more so because I can claim that I shared no pains to put my best effort into this volume.
See Thomas Jefferson, Petition to Virginia House of Delegates (asserting that the privilege exists to ensure that representatives "in the discharge of their functions, should be free from the cognizance or coercion of the coordinate branches, Judiciary and Executive; and that their communications with their constituents should of right, as of duty, also, be free, full, and unawed by any"), in 8 THE WORKS OF THOMAS JEFFERSON IN TWELVE VOLUMES 322, 322 (Paul Leicester Ford ed.
Espying the mate drawing near as he was toiling at the pump with the rest, the Lakeman affected not to notice him, but unawed, went on with his gay banterings.
Borodin's Polovtsian Dances were glorious, strings warmly singing, woodwind soloists unawed by their exposure.