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Awe, vb., to strike with fear and reverence, and hence to keep in complete subjection, to intimidate so as to quell any resistance: thou (the horse) “created to be --d by man,” R2 V, 5, 91. “that same eye whose bend doth a. the world,” Caes. I, 2, 123. “pure shame and --d resistance made him fret,” Ven. 69. “I will a. him with my cudgel,” Wiv. II, 2, 291. “shall quips and sentences a. a man from the career of his humour?” Ado II, 3, 250.