- v. UK Simple past tense and past participle of gawp.
“This, of course, to anyone who has gawped at the pyramids of Giza or wandered slack-jawed around the temple of Karnak, cannot help but feel frustrating.”
“So when the young hotel receptionist welcomed us and wished us a “pleasant and memorable stay,” I gawped at every precise word that came out of her beautiful mouth.”
“When I had jaundice, they all came and gawped at me.”
“Lesley didn't bat an eyelid, but I gawped, until a lady asked for money, then I shot off.”
“I also loved the Grewal clan, British Indians from west London, bickering and eating bhajis while we sat at home and gawped.”
“The novel ends, seemingly on a high, with Theodora walking out with the emperor Justinian, her new husband, to greet the very crowds who had once cheered and gawped at her floor-shows.”
“The six million who gawped at Mr Griffin on Question Time three months ago were looking at the wrong person.”
“The Sunday Herald's Pat Kane said on Newsnight Scotland that the show made him "enraged", and was a prime example of the "editorial class" selecting the juiciest bits of lower working class lives and displaying them to be gawped at.”
“About 20 officers and clusters of tourists gawped at the stragglers in Halloween outfits as they drifted home in daylight.”
“Or gawped at arguably the highpoint of the series where Strider carves his way into Mordor, hacks off the head of the Dark Lord, and casts it into the pit of a volcano?”
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