For many decisions about what to eat are not based on a personal sense of awe do plants or animals care if we are in awe of them anyway?
The one that just has me in awe, is the Sugared Walnut ...
Today the word awe gets thrown around like a dishrag.
“All these sentiments blend together in the soul,” becoming “a single phenomenon which we call awe” (loc. cit.).
In a preview of the special Comerford, who has been cooking for presidents since the Clinton administration, said the chefs were in "awe" of everything they saw at the White House.
Way to go Fox ... at least one station isn't so in "awe" of him that they are not afraid to call him out of certain things.
Publicly, the Europeans have been following the script – "a good night's kip and then go out there and give it to them," said the normally mild-mannered Ross Fisher, sounding more like Paulie Gualtieri from the Sopranos than Clark Kent – but behind the scenes they have been in awe of the way Montgomerie has comported himself this week.
I was in awe of you, thinking you were going to be the next Dylan Thomas!