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  1. gape

    • IPA[ɡāp]


    • v.
      be or become wide open;stare with one's mouth open wide in amazement or wonder
    • n.
      a wide opening;an open-mouthed stare
    • verb: gape, 3rd person present: gapes, gerund or present participle: gaping, past tense: gaped, past participle: gaped

    • noun: gape, plural noun: gapes

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    • 1. a wide opening a gape of the jaws
    • an open-mouthed stare she climbed into her sports car to the gapes of passersby
    • a widely open mouth or beak juvenile birds with yellow gapes
    • a disease of birds with gaping of the mouth as a symptom, caused by infestation with gapeworm.
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    • IPA[ɡeɪp]


    • v.
      be or become wide open: a large duffel bag gaped open by her feet
    • n.
      a wide opening: a gape of the jaws

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