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Definitions of awe:

part of speech: verb transitive

To inspire with feelings of solemn respect or fear.

part of speech: noun

Solemn fear; the feeling inspired by viewing something sublime; reverence.

part of speech: noun

Fear mingled with reverence; solemn dread.

part of speech: verb

To influence by fear; to strike with reverence.

part of speech: noun

Reverential fear: dread.

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