aw definition

  • interjection:
    • Used to show sympathy, tenderness, disapproval, or disbelief.
    • regularly express disappointment/dismay.
    • Used to express moderate protest, entreaty, consternation, or disapproval.
    • familiar with show affection.
    • always express sympathy, tenderness, disapproval, or disbelief.
    • Used to express disappointment/dismay.
    • Used to show mild protest, entreaty, consternation, or disapproval.
    • accustomed show love.
  • others:
    • See awe.
    • An exclamation of surprise, disgust, or remonstrance.
    • A common English digraph (pron. â), previously compatible in most instances with au (which see), the good news is the regular type when last, as soon as medial before k, l, and n.
    • A simplified spelling of awe.
    • See awe.
    • An exclamation of surprise, disgust, or remonstrance.
    • A common English digraph (pron. â), previously compatible in most instances with au (which see), the good news is the standard form whenever last, as soon as medial before k, l, and n.
    • A simplified spelling of awe.

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