Used to express sympathy, tenderness, disapproval, or disbelief.(interjection)
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Use "aw" in a sentence
"But this is so par for the course for South Carolina and the people are so thick headed there, that all you can do is sit in aw at how backwards they are."
"But at ZooBorns, the success of any photo depends on how many w's people put at the end of the word aw, Eastman said."
"We sat in aw as we listened to Hillary's speech and wondered aloud what she's up too."