filled with awe.
overcome or filled with awe
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My sister and brother-in-law are suitably awestruck.
At their best, science fiction and theology can leave us awestruck before the unutterable strangeness and vastness of the cosmos.
Leaving you awestruck with their dance performances, their make-up and the unforgettable thick and scary hair tresses.
The ghostly glows of the northern lights have awestruck generations of sky-watchers.
The awestruck musicians pelt him with questions about life in heaven.
He is always nibbling chocolates, loves trashy television and appears awestruck by a popular novelist or a rock star.
Today's image has left me particularly awestruck at its beauty.
Not all the world's commentators, however, were as awestruck by his achievements.
He's awestruck and fumbling-he doesn't possess, to our eyes, the conviction of a writer.
The people all gaping and awestruck about such a simple phenomenon made me shake my head in pity.
Onlookers respond differently: some are awestruck, some are plain derisive.
Shocked and awestruck, enemies will be left feeling helpless.
After he entered the theater, the people he left behind spoke in awestruck tones.
Pay close attention to his magical feet before he strikes the ball: you'll be as awestruck as everyone in the stadium.
No one had ever seen anyone of his primitive, utterly uncompromising power, and they were awestruck.
The train coming to town was a major event of that era, and as it rolled out again the townsfolk were left awestruck in its wake.
The recruits were awestruck by the students overall abilities, personalities and friendliness.
Hill was awestruck by the beauty of the dense forest and the enormity of the trees.
With him she experienced the awestruck wonder of pure existence that begins the activity of thinking.
The recruits were awestruck by the student's overall abilities, personalities and friendliness.
Combatants do not return home awestruck by the flag.