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- (nonstandard) comparative form of awesome: more awesome
- 1996, Paul Zarzyski; Barbara Van Cleve, All This Way for the Short Ride: Roughstock Sonnets, 1971-1996: Poems:
- But she's got a guy's name — his new best friend's Toni — and awesomer yet she's got her own pony.
- 2004, Nardi Reeder Campion, Everyday Matters: A Love Story, page 150:
- We can't get in!" "Where's your extra set?" asked Tad. "In my purse," Anne replied.
- "Locked in the car." Awesome — and getting awesomer.
- 2005, David Drake, Tommy Powers and the Mutant Stranger, page 31:
- “This thing just keeps getting awesomer and awesomer.” “Awesomer?” “Well, it's in my dictionary even if not in any others.”
- 2005, Mary Janice Davidson, Hello, Gorgeous!, page 14:
- I don't think you've ever looked awesomer." Caitlyn chose her words carefully.