Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of gawk.

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Examples

  • But I do think that there’s a framing here that’s being missed in gawking over the acquisition of Jaiku.

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  • It's not perfect, but it's more than just show-off aggregation or the kind of gawking and pointing at the new kid that's happened with Twitter in much of more traditional media.

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  • I wandered around it for a little while, not buying anything but just kind of gawking and listening to the klezmer band for a little while.

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  • I had the conversation a lot, usually after a 'fellow traveler' and I saw a man holding a girl's hand, the two quietly walking through whatever tourist thing we were all 'gawking' at, or feeding money into.

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  • I had the conversation a lot, usually after a 'fellow traveler' and I saw a man holding a girl's hand, the two quietly walking through whatever tourist thing we were all 'gawking' at, or feeding money into.

    Matador Network

  • I was a bit unsure about going on the tour I just felt it wasn't right to be going on a tour 'gawking' at less privileged people and their way of life, but there was plenty of opportunities to give back to the people of the Favellas.

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  • McKay said such "gawking" isn't appreciated by many of the homeowners and business operators scrambling to save their possessions.

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  • And this was the "Oh my golly, look at that!" kind of gawking, not just the more typical, L. A.-style "I'm pretending not to notice the famous person" casual gazing, even though the people in the hallway were television executives and publicists, who are genetically programmed to be immune to the delights of goggling at stars.

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  • And this was the "Oh my golly, look at that!" kind of gawking, not just the more typical, L. A.-style "I'm pretending not to notice the famous person" casual gazing, even though the people in the hallway were television executives and publicists, who are genetically programmed to be immune to the delights of goggling at stars.

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  • And this was the "Oh my golly, look at that!" kind of gawking, not just the more typical, L. A.-style "I'm pretending not to notice the famous person" casual gazing, even though the people in the hallway were television executives and publicists, who are genetically programmed to be immune to the delights of goggling at stars.

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