Gaps [noun]

Definition of Gaps:

break, breach

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Sentence/Example of Gaps:

Small gaps have doubtless been frequently passed over in the same manner.

As it happens, Jaffery has had to fill up little gaps, make bridges here and there.

Blind entrances, gaps, and ponderous suspensions multiply and vary infinitely.

The line passes beside Magersfontein and through gaps in six ridges behind it, affording an excellent view of the whole position.

The other paths were more or less abrupt, and led down to the creek through gaps in the steep rocks.

As fast as the gaps were made in the ranks of the enemy, they were filled up by fresh men.

Across the gaps between these peaks we could see other snow ranges in Nepal.

My horse is good, and there are still gaps between their squadrons.

He could thus supply whatever was deficient, and fill up the gaps in the thoughts of another.

The crest of the mountain was indented irregularly by rounded gaps or passes, like pie-crust carelessly forked.