Associations to the word «Gape»
GAPE, verb. (intransitive) To open the mouth wide, especially involuntarily, as in a yawn, anger, or surprise.
GAPE, verb. (intransitive) To stare in wonder.
GAPE, verb. (intransitive) To open wide; to display a gap.
GAPE, noun. (uncommon) An act of gaping; a yawn.
GAPE, noun. A large opening.
GAPE, noun. (uncountable) A disease in poultry caused by gapeworm in the windpipe, a symptom of which is frequent gaping.
GAPE, noun. The width of an opening.
GAPE, noun. (zoology) The maximum opening of the mouth (of a bird, fish, etc.) when it is open.
GAPE SEED, noun. Something to be gaped at, a strange sight; typically used in phrases such as to buy, sow etc. gape seed, describing people who merely stand and stare instead of transacting business.
GAPE, noun. An expression of openmouthed astonishment.
GAPE, noun. A stare of amazement (usually with the mouth open).
GAPE, verb. Look with amazement; look stupidly.
GAPE, verb. Be wide open; "the deep gaping canyon".
Words - so innocent and powerless as they are, as standing in a dictionary, how potent for good and evil they become in the hands of one who knows how to combine them.