Wherever her walk hath been -- wherever, so miserably burdened, she may have hoped to find repose -- it hath cast a lurid gleam of awe
and horrible repugnance round about her.
The captain of the brig lowered his rigid arm slowly, and looked at our faces in a solemnly conscious silence, which called upon us to share in his simple-minded, marvelling awe
Lisbeth was going on, for she was not at all afraid of Seth, and usually poured into his ears all the querulousness which was repressed by her awe
He looked with awe
at the students of the corps, their cheeks gashed and red, who swaggered about in their coloured caps.
Only at prayer did she feel able to think clearly and calmly of Prince Andrew and Anatole, as men for whom her feelings were as nothing compared with her awe
and devotion to God.
I could scarcely gasp in his presence, my heart bounded so in awe
and honor of him when he paid a visit to us; perhaps he used to bring the copy of the show-bills.
I believe that when you close David's door softly there is a gladness in your eyes, and the awe
of one who knows that the God to whom little boys say their prayers has a face very like their mother's.
Nothing could awe
the Patchwork Girl, and although the Woozy was somewhat uneasy in these splendid surroundings the Glass Cat was delighted with the sumptuousness of the court and the impressiveness of the occasion--pretty big words but quite expressive.
White Fang, in the very nature of him, could never know anything about gods; at the best he could know only things that were beyond knowing--but the wonder and awe
that he had of these man-animals in ways resembled what would be the wonder and awe
of man at sight of some celestial creature, on a mountain top, hurling thunderbolts from either hand at an astonished world.
Here, with a mixture of awe
and tenderness, the shepherds greet the Holy Child.
It was a thing of awe
whether for deathless gods or mortal men to see: from its root grew a hundred blooms and is smelled most sweetly, so that all wide heaven above and the whole earth and the sea's salt swell laughed for joy.
Presently his captors discovered that he was conscious, and as they had little stomach for carrying a heavy man through the jungle heat, they set him upon his feet and forced him forward among them, pricking him now and then with their spears, yet with every manifestation of the superstitious awe
in which they held him.