Examples of gawp in a Sentence
tourists in London gawping at royalty
Recent Examples of gawp from the Web
Residents peer from their balconies, filming a club of gawping journalists stationed outside.
Her exploitation is laid bare when a tour guide arrives at the witch camp with gawping holidaymakers in tow.
Less hands-on museum-goers can gawp at sprawling, fantastical jungles and cities created by amateur Lego virtuosos all over the world and rebuilt here at the mothership.
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Origin and Etymology of gawp
English dialect gawp to yawn, gape, from obsolete galp, from Middle English
First Known Use: 1855See Words from the same year
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Definition of gawp for English Language Learners
: to stare at someone or something in a rude or stupid way
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