- v. Simple past tense and past participle of gape.
“He stared at her -- "gaped," she told him some time afterwards.”
“The porch of that house was part covered with vines, but they was kind of gaped apart at one corner.”
“Despite the swelling, each time Johnny inhaled the wounds gaped wider.”
“Too stunned by that response to do more than nod, she gaped at him, hoping for something to soften the cold word obligation.”
“He laughed at his little jest, and she gaped at him.”
“Her brothers gaped at him, then bolted down the hall.”
“On first reading, I agreed with some of your points and just sort of gaped at others.”
“Tears were sliding down my face, my mouth gaped open and long saliva-strands of anguish hung in the air like finally spawn spider-webs.”
“Nick gaped at me, a goofy look of astonishment and happiness twisting his moonlit features.”
“Myra asked Charisse as she gaped at the house in awe.”
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