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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishawesomeawe‧some /ˈɔːsəm $ ˈɒː-/ ●●○ adjective  1 IMPRESSextremely impressive, serious, or difficult so that you feel great respect, worry, or fear an awesome responsibility the awesome sweep of the scenery2 GOOD/EXCELLENT especially American English informal very good Their last concert was really awesome.awesomely adverb
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awesomeThe food was totally awesome.The view was awesome.Their weariness was honorable, even awesome.It is this, as well as the awesome and terrifying vision at the time, which so disturbed him.It was an act that demonstrated how awesome are the power and prestige of the presidency.Great areas of grass and woodland thus give way to mesquite desert, at an awesome economic loss to man.It truly is awesome, even at this level; it can be terribly challenging and terribly exciting.In the light of this awesome fact, how can we treat our membership of that body so lightly?Abruptly the ground fell away from our feet, an awesome void opened before us.
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