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gawked

verb as in stare at in amazement

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Example Sentences

Jerry Lee told reporters who gawked at the little girl that she was fifteen.

I gawked at the sea of broker posts, specialist booths, and flat-screen monitors surrounding me.

As the three Graneys gawked at the food, one of the guards said, “For the last meal, he gets anything he wants.”

The witnesses gawked in horror and fascination and held their breaths.

He just gawked at him from the deck, noting that the man had one hand on a sheath knife.

He gawked, reddening; his right hand quivered; and to my chagrin he slowly laughed, scanning me.

He picked a fairly early hour, too, because what matter if a few yawps gawked as the Tiara vanished?

As he came down the street he stopped occasionally and gawked around.

In any case she must often have been stung by the exasperation of those at whom she gawked.

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On this page you'll find 12 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to gawked, such as: glare, gape, ogle, rubberneck, look, and goggle.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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