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Meanings of Awanting:

adjective

In predicative use. absent, missing; = "wanting".

Meanings of Award:

verb

Give or order the giving of (something) as an official payment, compensation, or prize to (someone).

Usage examples:

He was awarded the military cross
noun

A prize or other mark of recognition given in honour of an achievement.

Usage examples:

The company's annual award for high-quality service

Award-to

əˈwɔːd

Meanings of Award-to:

verb

To give something valuable, such as money or a prize following an official decision

Usage examples:

Her poodle was awarded first prize in the dog show., their company was awarded a contract worth $40…
noun

A prize or a sum of money that a person or organization is given for an achievement

Usage examples:

A new digital innovation award is aimed at media that uses the latest technology to make an improve…

Meanings of Awarded:

verb

Give or order the giving of (something) as an official payment, compensation, or prize to (someone).

Usage examples:

He was awarded the military cross
noun

A prize or other mark of recognition given in honour of an achievement.

Usage examples:

The company's annual award for high-quality service

Meanings of Awardee:

noun

A person who is awarded something, such as a prize or payment.

Usage examples:

A four member jury chose the three awardees for their effort in celebrating the human spirit

Meanings of Awardees:

noun

A person who is awarded something, such as a prize or payment.

Usage examples:

A four member jury chose the three awardees for their effort in celebrating the human spirit

Meanings of Awarding:

verb

Give or order the giving of (something) as an official payment, compensation, or prize to (someone).

Usage examples:

He was awarded the military cross
noun

A prize or other mark of recognition given in honour of an achievement.

Usage examples:

The company's annual award for high-quality service

Meanings of Awards:

verb

Give or order the giving of (something) as an official payment, compensation, or prize to (someone).

Usage examples:

He was awarded the military cross
noun

A prize or other mark of recognition given in honour of an achievement.

Usage examples:

The company's annual award for high-quality service

Meanings of Aware:

adjective

Having knowledge or perception of a situation or fact.

Usage examples:

Most people are aware of the dangers of sunbathing

Meanings of Awareness:

noun

Knowledge or perception of a situation or fact.

Usage examples:

We need to raise public awareness of the issue

Meanings of Awash:

adjective

Covered or flooded with water, especially seawater or rain.

Usage examples:

The boat rolled violently, her decks awash

Meanings of Away:

adverb

To or at a distance from a particular place, person, or thing.

Usage examples:

She landed badly, and crawled away
adjective

(of a sports fixture) played at the opponents' ground.

Usage examples:

Tomorrow night's away game at leicester
noun

An away match or win.

Usage examples:

It certainly will prove a stark contrast to recent league aways the hatters have enjoyed at the lik…

Meanings of Away-from:

idiom

To move away from or try to avoid something

Usage examples:

He never shied away from a fight, no matter how powerful the foe.

Meanings of Away-from-home:

idiom

A place where you feel as comfortable as you do in your own home

Usage examples:

The hotel was a real home away from home.

Meanings of Awayness:

noun

The fact or feeling of being at a physical distance from another place.

Meanings of Aways:

noun

An away match or win.

Usage examples:

It certainly will prove a stark contrast to recent league aways the hatters have enjoyed at the lik…
adverb

To or at a distance from a particular place, person, or thing.

Usage examples:

She landed badly, and crawled away
adjective

(of a sports fixture) played at the opponents' ground.

Usage examples:

Tomorrow night's away game at leicester

Meanings of Awd:

noun

All-wheel drive.

Meanings of Awe:

noun

A feeling of reverential respect mixed with fear or wonder.

Usage examples:

They gazed in awe at the small mountain of diamonds
verb

Inspire with awe.

Usage examples:

They were both awed by the vastness of the forest

Awe-inspiring

ˈɔː.ɪnˌspaɪə.rɪŋ

Meanings of Awe-inspiring:

adjective

Causing you to feel great respect or admiration

Usage examples:

Niagara falls really is an awe-inspiring sight., her knowledge of computers is quite awe-inspiring.

Meanings of Awearied:

adjective

Tired, weary.

Meanings of Aweary:

adjective

Literary form of weary.

Usage examples:

I am well aweary of it now

Meanings of Awed:

adjective

Filled with awe or wonder.

Usage examples:

He spoke in a hushed, awed whisper
verb

Inspire with awe.

Usage examples:

They were both awed by the vastness of the forest

Meanings of Awedly:

adverb

In a manner suggesting a person is in awe of someone or something.

Meanings of Awedness:

noun

The state or condition of being in awe of someone or something.

Meanings of Aweel:

adverb

Used to introduce a remark or statement, now especially so as to express acceptance or resignation of a state of affairs already indicated.

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