Definitions

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  • adjective Alternative form of open-mouthed.

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Examples

  • I did not sit here "openmouthed", but that is the way I felt, listening to this marvellous address which you, Sir, have given such enlightenment on the development of the Bren Gun, in particular, such information on the development of German equipment in the way of uniformity of parts, in general.

    The Development of Army Equipment

  • It was full and openmouthed and carnal, and I stood frozen in shock as he put one arm around my waist, pulling me up against his hard body, while the other caught my chin, his long fingers cradling my face.

    Raziel

  • Mickey ran up, out of breath, and just stared openmouthed.

    Kings of Colorado

  • The guys sat down on her queen-size bed, naked, semihard, openmouthed, practically drooling.

    Shore Thing

  • Soon they started overtaking cyclists who stared openmouthed at the strange two-man team with the little boy screaming:

    Bubble in the Bathtub

  • It was full and openmouthed and carnal, and I stood frozen in shock as he put one arm around my waist, pulling me against his hard body, and the other had caught my chin, his long fingers cradling my face.

    Raziel

  • She was laughing at whoever was taking the picture, an openmouthed, spontaneous sort of laugh.

    A Light at Winter’s End

  • Ilan gazed openmouthed at the fruit above him, at the sweet tone issuing from their throats.

    Slice Of Cherry

  • But I stood there, so deeply openmouthed, a bird could have flown in.

    The Adults

  • It grew bigger as she watched, openmouthed, expanding until it was a beach ball of water.

    Slice Of Cherry

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