Old EnglishspEnglish
AwakevbTo be aroused from sleep. 2. to awake, waken. 3. to remove fronm a state resembling sleep, as from death, stupidity, or inaction. 4. to put into action. 5. to give new life to. 6. to astir up, as 'to awake the dormant faculties.'
Awake phr"Awake From" - wake up (from); return to reality (from)
Awake phr"Awake To" - realize, understand became aware of.
Awake phr"Fully Awake To" - to be be on guard; to be fully informed.
Awakened adjAroused from sleep.
Awakedness nAn awaking from sleep. 2. the state of being awake.
Awakenedness nThe condition of being awakened.
Awakener nHe who or that which awakens.
Awaker nA raiser or awakener.
Awakening nA rising from sleep. 2. an arousing from sloth, inaction or indifference. 3. an arousing from sleep or its semblance.
Awakening adjRising as if from sleep or inertia. 2. fitted to arouse, arousing, awaking.
Awakeningly advIn an awakening manner, so as to waken
Awaking nThe act of awakening or ceasing sleep.
A'wald vbTo have control of. 2. to wield.
A'walk vbTo walk.
A-wane advIn want, on the wane, wantingly.
Aware adjVigilant or on guard against danger or difficulty; wary, watchful, sensitive, alert, attentive, observant. 2. conscious or having knowledge of something, apprised, informed, cognizant, conscious, mindful.
Aware vbTo be on one's guard. 2. to be alert.
Awaredom nThe state of being on guard.
Awareness nThe quality or state of being aware.
Awaried adjAccursed.
Awaring nPerception. 2. sensation.
Awarn vbTo warn; put on guard. 2. to notify, inform
Awarp vbTo throw or caste away. 2. to throw or cast down. 3. to warp or twist out of shape.
Awash adjWashed by the waves of the tide, said of a rock or strip of shore etc., when flush with the surface of the water, so that the waves break over it.
Awash phr"Be Awash With" - to have plenty of something.
A'watch advOn the watch.
Awave advOn the wave. 2. moving in waves. 3. waving.
Away advFrom a place, hence.  2. aside; off; in another direction. 3.from a state or condition of being; out of existence. 4. without restraint. 5. being so engaged for the entire time. 6. at a distance in time or space.
Away intrjAway, leave,
Away adjNot here, gone, absent, unavailable, traveling; on vacation. 2. at a specified distance in space, time, or figuratively. 3. not on one's home territory.
Away phr"Away in the Head" - suffering from mental disturbance; unhinged.
Away phr"Away from" - not near or in proximity of a person or thing, at a distance from, away from; not present; not in the presence of.
Away phr"Away From It All" - not facing a situation consdered stressful, unpleasant, or undesirable, figuratively: of shock, disbelief, rebuke.
Away phr"Away With' - hear, abide, as 'I cannot away with.' 2. let us be rid of; take away.
Away phr"Do Away With" - dispose of, abolish or kill.
Away phr"Fall Away" - decline
Away phr"Fire Away" - begin, just ask me anything you like.
Away phr"Say Away" - speak, tell me what you. 2. to repudiate or contradict.
Away phr"Out and Away" - completely.
Away phr"When the Cat's Away the Mice Will Play" - in the absence of supervision discipline will be lax.
Away phr"Work Away At" - to labour diligently.
Awayward advTurned away or in another direction. 2. turned away, averted, wayward. 3. of motion: away.
Awayward-going adjGoing away, turning away.
Awaywardness nThe state or quality of being turned in another direction, averted or moving away.
Awaywards adjAverted, wayward.
Awe nEtymology: OE. ege influence by Old Norse during Middle English period. 2. a feeling of fear and reverence in. 3. a feeling of amazement.
Awe adjOppressing with fear or horror; appalling, terrible. 2. (rare) inspiring awe; filling with profound reverence or respect; profoundly impressive.  3. struck or filled with awe.(obsolete) 4. terror-stricken. 5. worshipful; reverential; law-abiding. 5. exceedingly great; usually applied intensively. 6. very bad.
Awe vbTo inspire with dread, terrify, daunt. 2. to control by the influence of fear; to fear greatly. 3. to influence or control by profound respect or reverential fear; to fear greatly. 4. to inspire with reverential wonder combined with latent fear, enthrall, overwhelm. 5. to reverence profoundly.
Awe phr"Hold or Keep in Awe" - to restrain or keep in fear.
Awe phr"In awe of" - to be in awe of: to regard (someone or something) with awe, reverence, or wonder; to be deeply impressed or affected by; to stand in awe.
Awe phr"Stand in Awe of" - to dread, 2. to have a deep reverence for.
Awearied adjWearied, weary.
Aweary adjTired, weary.
A-weather advTowards the weather or windward side. 2. in a direction from which the wind blows.
A-weather phr"Helm a-weather" - a position at the helm when the tiller is moved to the windward side f the ship.
A'wecche vbTo wake from sleep (or a swoon). 2. to awaken into life or activity.
Awed adjAwe-struck. 2. dreaded.
Awede vbTo become mad, furious, or frantic; cf 'weed.'. 2. to loose one senses.
Awedness nThe state of being awed, in dread. 2. awe.
A'week advIn every week, weekly.
A'weigh vbTo lift up, support, bear, bear away. 2. to weigh, weigh out.
A'weld vbTo rule with power or control, subdue. 2. to wield, manage. 3. to have power, be able.
Aweless adjWithout dread or fear. 2. fearless, undaunted, not appalled. 3. without awe, irreverent, wild. 4. that inspires no awe. 5. Unremarkable, uninspiring; not outstanding in any way.
Awelessness nThe quality of being awless. 2. irreverence.
Awelgian vbTo enrich.
Awem vbTo corrupt, defile, spoil; disgrace. 2. to impair, injure, mar.
A'wend vbTo turn away; turn. 2. to turn or go away, depart. 3. to turn or change into; translate. 4. (with negative connotations): to alter (something) so as to distort or pervert the intended meaning, proper purpose, etc. 5. to translate or paraphrase (a text, passage, etc.).
A'wene vbTo think, suppose, deem.
Awesome adjInspiring or causing awe, admiration, wonder. 2. appalling, awful, as an" awesome sight.' 3. expressive of awe or terror. 4. (slang) - great, outstanding, successful.
Awesome-looking adjThat looks daunting or impressive; that looks extremely good.
Awesomely advIn an awesome manner. 2. with awe or profound reverence.
A'west vbTo lay waste to, devastate, despoil.
A'west advIn the west; westwards.
Awe-strike vbTo strike with awe. 2. to strike with dread, terror, panic etc.
Awe-struck adjStruck with, or overwhelmed by awe. 2. panic-stricken, terror stricken, awe-stricken.
Awful adjOppressing with fear or horror, appalling, terrible. 2. inspiring awe; filling with profound reverence or respect; profoundly impressive. 3. struck or filled with awe. 4. terror-stricken. 5. worshipful, reverential, law-abiding. 6. exceedingly great; usually applied intensively. 7. very bad.
Awful adv(colloquial) - very, extremely, as 'an awfully big town.'
Awful phr"An Awful Lot" - very much; very often, to a great extent.
Awful phr"An Awful Lot of Something" - great number or amount of.
Awful phr"Something Awful" - to an extreme or striking extent or degree; very much, thoroughly, totally.
Awfully advIn a awe inspiring manner. 2. fearlessly. 3. reverently. 4. badly. 5. very.
Awfulness nQuality of extreme unpleasantness. 2. dreadfulness, horridness, terribleness. 3. quality of striking with awe, or with reverence, solemnity, dreadfulness. 4. the state of being struck with awe; a spirit of solemnity, profound reverence.
A'wheel advOn wheels or a wheeled apparatus, such as a bicycle.
A'when vbTo vex, trouble.
A'wherf vbTo turn around or away.
A'while advA while, of a while, a space of time, for a short time.
A'wild vbTo become wild or unruly.
A'will vbTo will, order.
A'will advAt one's will. 2. to one's pleasure or satisfaction.
A'win vbTo labour (only in OE.) 2. to overcome, conquer, (in war). 3. to gain, obtain.
Awing pplDreading, fearing, solemn.
Awing adjCausing dread, reverential fear, solemn.
A'wing nThe action of inspiring in war.
A'wing advFluttering(ly); on a wing.
A'wink nWinking.
A'wit vbTo percieve, know. 2. to watch over a troop.
Awl nA small pointed tool used for piercing holes, especially in leather.
Awlated adjDisgusted.
Awlench vbTo make splendid, adorn.
Awlwort nA coniferous plant found half submerged in shallow water and having awl-shaped leaves, Subularia aquatica
Awly advAwfully, dreadfully, terribly.
Awn nHusk, a stiff bristle, especially one growing from the sheath around the seed of cereals and other grasses.
Awn vbTo put before a persons eyes. 2. to show, manifest.
Awned adjStiffed-bristled, husky, sheathed.
A'wonder vbTo astonish, amaze. 2. to be astonished or aware, 3. amazed, astonished, astounded.
A'work advAt work; in activity.
A'worry vbTo strangle, worry.
A'worth vbTo look upon with indifference; disregard.
A'worthy vbTo give honur to. 2. to dignify, adore.
A'wrath vbTo amke angry, enrage.
A'wreak vbTo punish, take vengeance upon (an offence, misdeed.) 2. to sentence to punish. 3. condemn a person to. 4. condemn, blame, find fault with. 5. to avenge, revenge oneself. 6. to revenge one's aggrieved feelings. 7. to avenge another person. 8. to avenge or revenged.
A'wreak nRevenge.
A'wreight pplPulled or wrenched away.
A'write vbTo write.
A'wrong advWrongly, in a wrong way.
Awry adjTurned or twisted toward one side. 2. crooked, distorted, out of place. 3. wrong or distorted, perverse, amiss.
Awry advObliquely, crookedly, askew. 2. perversely, improperly.
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