gawp definition by Webster's New World
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Slang to stare open-mouthed; gawk or gape
Origin: dialect, dialectal , altered ; from Middle English galpen, to yawn, gape
gawp definition by American Heritage Dictionary
intransitive verb gawped, gawp·ing, gawps Chiefly British
Origin: Variant of obsolete galp, to gawk, gape, of unknown origin.
- gawpˈer noun