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  • 1awe´some|ness — awe|some « suhm», adjective. 1. causing awe: »A great fire is an awesome sight. 2. showing awe; awed: »awesome admiration. 3. filling with awe; impressive: »“It was awesome when they announced a staff for their Midwest office that was larger than …

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  • 2awe´some|ly — awe|some « suhm», adjective. 1. causing awe: »A great fire is an awesome sight. 2. showing awe; awed: »awesome admiration. 3. filling with awe; impressive: »“It was awesome when they announced a staff for their Midwest office that was larger than …

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  • 3awe|some — « suhm», adjective. 1. causing awe: »A great fire is an awesome sight. 2. showing awe; awed: »awesome admiration. 3. filling with awe; impressive: »“It was awesome when they announced a staff for their Midwest office that was larger than the… …

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  • 5ness — ness·ber·ry; ness·ler·iza·tion; ness·ler·ize; ness·ler s; new·fan·gled·ness; new·ness; news·i·ness; nice·ness; nig·gard·li·ness; nig·gard·ness; nigh·ness; nip·pi·ness; no·ble·ness; nois·i·ness; non·cha·lant·ness; north·er·li·ness; north·ness;… …

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  • 6awe — awe·less; awe·some; awe; awe·some·ly; awe·some·ness; …

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  • 7some — four·some; hand·some; lee·some; lep·to·some; light·some; li·po·some; lis·some; lone·some; meso·some; mono·some; schis·to·some; some; some·body; some·thing; some·time; some·times; some·what; three·some; awe·some·ly; awe·some·ness; blithe·some·ly;… …

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  • 8Awe — ([add]), n. [OE. a[yogh]e, aghe, fr. Icel. agi; akin to AS. ege, [=o]ga, Goth. agis, Dan. ave chastisement, fear, Gr. a chos pain, distress, from the same root as E. ail. [root]3. Cf. {Ugly}.] 1. Dread; great fear mingled with respect. [Obs. or… …

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  • 9awe — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ great VERB + AWE ▪ be in, hold sb in, stand in ▪ Most people hold him in some awe. ▪ feel …

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  • 10awe — [[t]ɔ͟ː[/t]] awes, awed 1) N UNCOUNT Awe is the feeling of respect and amazement that you have when you are faced with something wonderful and often rather frightening. She gazed in awe at the great stones... His fellow officers regarded him with …

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  • 11awe-inspiring — adjective inspiring awe or admiration or wonder (Freq. 1) New York is an amazing city the Grand Canyon is an awe inspiring sight the awesome complexity of the universe this sea, whose gently awful stirrings seem to speak of some hidden soul… …

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  • 12To stand in awe of — Awe Awe ([add]), n. [OE. a[yogh]e, aghe, fr. Icel. agi; akin to AS. ege, [=o]ga, Goth. agis, Dan. ave chastisement, fear, Gr. a chos pain, distress, from the same root as E. ail. [root]3. Cf. {Ugly}.] 1. Dread; great fear mingled with respect.… …

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  • 13Loch Ness Monster and popular culture — The Loch Ness Monster is well known throughout Scotland and the rest of the world.LiteratureIn the book The Bogart and the Monster the Loch Ness Monster is actually an invisible shape shifting creature that has become trapped in one form. The… …

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  • 14Shock and awe — Shock and awe, technically known as rapid dominance, is a military doctrine based on the use of overwhelming power, dominant battlefield awareness, dominant maneuvers, and spectacular displays of force to paralyze an adversary s perception of the …

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  • 15Loch Awe — Infobox lake lake name = Loch Awe image lake = Loch Awe.jpg caption lake = Northern arm from the flanks of Beinn a Bhuiridh image bathymetry = caption bathymetry = location = Argyll and Bute, Scotland coords = coord|56|17|52|N|5|14|06|W|region:GB …

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  • 16aw´ful|ness — aw|ful « fuhl», adjective, adverb. –adj. 1. causing fear; dreadful; terrible: »An awful storm with thunder and lightning came up. SYNONYM(S): fearful. 2. Informal. very bad, great, ugly, or otherwise unusual: »He is an awful nuisance. His room… …

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  • 17dread´ness — dread «drehd», verb, noun, adjective. –v.t. 1. to look forward to with fear; dislike to experience; fear greatly: »He dreaded his visit to the dentist. Cats dread water. SYNONYM(S): apprehend. 2. Archaic. to regard with awe; venerate. –v.i. to… …

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  • 18dread´ful|ness — dread|ful «DREHD fuhl», adjective, noun. –adj. 1. causing dread; terrible; fearful; awe inspiring: »The dragon was a dreadful creature. Death, be not proud, though some have called thee Mighty and dreadful (John Donne). SYNONYM(S): dire, awful. 2 …

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  • 19Hierarchy of awe — There are various levels of awe due to psychological differences in persons. In those who have not produced an opinion of themselves, for instance a child, awe would be experienced regularly. Similarly, those who seem themselves as inferior or… …

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  • 20Bridge of Awe — Bridge of Awe, near Taynuilt in Argyll, Scotland, is also known as Drochaid Abha .The original Bridge of Awe was a three arch bridge. When the bridge was originally constructed, the work began in a very dry season and all was going well until a… …

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