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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishawestruckawe‧struck /ˈɔːstrʌk $ ˈɒː-/ adjective  IMPRESSfeeling great respect for the importance, difficulty, or seriousness of someone or something She gazed awestruck at the jewels.
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awestruckWhen I consider the journeys of these slow-moving creatures, I am awestruck.Jane was spending the day with the girls, who were awestruck by it all now.Several of the ball players signed autographs for the awestruck kids.For a dozen heartbeats the city was awestruck, numbed and silent.The Rattlers have long gotten over the awestruck stage with Orlando.She was Demeter, she told the awestruck women.
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