Gasp [noun]

Definition of Gasp:

sharply drawn breath

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Sentence/Example of Gasp:

We haven’t been really given any sense of reality, and so that nostalgia becomes a reason to do these things… They see this as like the last gasp of a troll.

We’re nearing the frustratingly slow, but sure, dying gasp of Covid-19.

Everything was silent except for the rhythmic friction of skis on snow and our gasps of exhaustion.

With a suffocating gasp, she fell back into the chair on which she sat, and covered her face with her hands.

She gave a sudden gasp, and then she appeared to be deeply interested in the gold fish in the fountain.

With a gasp of dismay young Richard twisted in his chair to confront this fresh and unsuspected antagonist.

With a gasp she felt herself falling straight down through a swirling vortex of sensation, to the very sand-bed of the stream.

Jimmy says the way his bloodhound had worked it all out made even Jones minimus gasp.

Captain Sam was so dumfounded he could only gasp and stare vacantly at the place where, by all rights, the Spray ought to be.

The buck shot up his head and listened, a beautiful sight which made Stella gasp for breath.