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away in or to another direction. [7 definitions]
awe a very strong feeling of wonder, reverence, or fear, caused by something grand or powerful. [2 definitions]
aweigh in nautical terminology, not quite touching the bottom of a body of water (used of an anchor).
awe-inspiring capable of producing great respect, admiration, or humility in others.
aweless combined form of awe.
awesome causing awe. [2 definitions]
awe-struck overpowered by a feeling of wonder, fear, or admiration.
awful very bad; inferior. [4 definitions]
awfully very; extremely. [2 definitions]
a whale of a (informal) an exceptionally large or fine example of a (class of objects or persons).
awhile for a brief period.
awkward deficient in physical skill or grace; clumsy. [4 definitions]
awl a small, sharply pointed tool used to make holes in leather, wood, or the like.
awless combined form of awe.
awn in botany, any of the thin bristles found at the tip of some leaves, esp. those of grasses.
awning a protective structure, often made of canvas, erected over a door or window.
awnless combined form of awn.
awoke past tense and past participle of awake.
awoken a past participle of awake.
AWOL abbreviation of "absent without leave," absent without permission from assigned military duty, but not necessarily with the intention of deserting.
awry off center; twisted or turned. [2 definitions]