Definitions

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  • adjective Having many gaps.

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Examples

  • Hume does not restrict coherence to 'gappy' series of impressions; in fact, Hume says that objects "have a certain coherence even as they appear to our senses."

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  • Hume does not restrict coherence to 'gappy' series of impressions; in fact, Hume says that objects "have a certain coherence even as they appear to our senses."

    Part of a Paper on Hume's Discussion of Coherence in Treatise 1.4.2

  • Nonetheless, a continuous hedge is desirable, and there are some reports of "gappy" hedges exacerbating erosion by channelling the water.

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  • Joseph Leary , U.S. interest rate strategist at Citigroup Global Markets Inc. in New York, said trading in Treasury bonds market will remain "gappy" as the euro-zone crisis doesn't appear to be resolved any time soon.

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  • Security officers took aside a little girl, five or six years old, with a gappy smile, and wanded her thighs up under her skirt.

    The Fiddler in the Subway

  • Security officers took aside a little girl, five or six years old, with a gappy smile, and wanded her thighs up under her skirt.

    The Fiddler in the Subway

  • The woman lifted her head and gave her a gappy grin.

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  • Security officers took aside a little girl, five or six years old, with a gappy smile, and wanded her thighs up under her skirt.

    The Fiddler in the Subway

  • The woman lifted her head and gave her a gappy grin.

    Songs of Love & Death

  • Security officers took aside a little girl, five or six years old, with a gappy smile, and wanded her thighs up under her skirt.

    The Fiddler in the Subway

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