gasp[ gasp, gahsp ]SEE DEFINITION OF gasp
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GASP
When she had finished, something like a gasp went through the room.
I could only just gasp along the way you do in a dream when there's a ghost gaining on you.
Her gasp of astonishment was lost in the chorus of congratulatory cries.
Then he disappeared with a suddenness that made the colonel and Dick gasp.
Then a reporter leaped aboard, and ere I could gasp held me in his toils.
The audience sank back with a gasp of release from the strain of attention.
It took her breath—but with a gasp of delight, for there was something she wanted to do.
There was a great gurgling and sucking in the darkness, followed by a gasp from the drinker.
Wrayson was so astonished that he could only gasp out his name.
And as she dragged Pauline away, she could only gasp: "Come along, you filthy thing!"