awing : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v inspire awe in
- s inspiring awe or admiration or wonder
Westminster Hall's awing majesty, so vast, so high, so silent
- Plausible and pontifical, he is equally adept at slapping Congressmen on the back or awing them with suave dinners at the Metropolitan Club.
- Even President Julius Nyerere felt constrained to stump through the countryside with his new Polaroid camera, awing prospective voters by handing out pictures he had just taken .
News & Articles
- EMR – What’s the race all about?
Perhaps the most awing facts about health IT applications, particularly Electronic Medical Records (EMRs) is that ever since their inception, there has been an upward trajectory in product demand. With the passage of time, healthcare providers have realized potential benefits that EMRs can ensure for our national healthcare system. Given the rising popularity of certified […]
Aug. 15, 2013 - MedCity News
- UCA defense continues to get high praise from Conque
While players and observers were oohing and awing at new uniforms, University of Central Arkansas coach Clint Conquye focused Tuesday on praising his defense, which has dominated the initial days of preseason practice.
Aug. 14, 2013 - The Log Cabin Democrat
- Joe Horn in USA Today
I'm ready for him to start shock-and-awing people. They had to have him in the nicest cleats, because he can move like that,Horn said. "He's kind of a fly dude. He's got some pizzaz to his step."