Antonyms for gaped

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Hinde gaped at him, incapable of expressing himself with sufficient force.

One shoe reclined in the southwest corner and the other gaped in the northeast.

He gaped at her vague, pearly face, as if she had suggested some enormity.

He returned no answer and gaped about him full of consternation and passion.

Bill Crane jumped from his horse, stretched his limbs, and gaped.

I turned and saw a knight, who asked me why I gaped like a mooncalf at the torn bird.

Two of the members of Observation-Post Fourteen gaped after the retreating monster.

So they gaped at it and let it run wild, called it names, and threw stones at it.

I must have gone white for Don and Jane gaped at me in astonishment.

He looked tired, and gaped several times as he was talking to me.