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Synonyms for gap

Synonyms for gap

an opening, especially in a solid structure

a space or interval between objects or points

an interval during which continuity is suspended

to make a hole or other opening in

to open wide

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a conspicuous disparity or difference as between two figures

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a narrow opening

a pass between mountain peaks

a difference (especially an unfortunate difference) between two opinions or two views or two situations

make an opening or gap in

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I had to text the Tooth Fairy to explain what had happened and stop the gappy one from crying.
Again, the ranking turns out to be no use at all other than as a record of the past, one that is as gappy as the past is.
I had big, thick bottle-top glasses, gappy teeth and a fringe clipped back in a very uncool way.
The team, which was sent by the secretary-general following an invitation from the electoral commissioner of Seychelles, Hendrick Gappy, observed preparations for the presidential election, the polling, counting and results processes, and the overall electoral environment.
Fed up with his gappy and crooked grin Sam decided on a smile makeover at Dental Perfection.
My sketches, then, become mental shorthand that condenses the gappy, removed nature of a thinker's understandings of physical processes into solid, non-gapped, working modes.
It was the first time darts had ever been done on television - it was on World of Sport - and you saw this little guy with long hair and slitty eyes and, you know, few teeth, gappy teeth, jumping around the stage.
Her female characters are deficient readers--and are sometimes badly read themselves--because of the gappy ways in which they are allowed to perceive and participate in their worlds.
The man was a salesman" is a short sentence that is as gappy as a badly buttoned blouse.
After the Second World War, shortage of labour and an increase in farm mechanisation caused an alarming decline in the number and state of our hedges, with many of those left turning into rows of gappy trees.
Moreover, since the performances have become shorter over time, as extraneous details were discarded in Vonna-Michell's search for the tale's essence, the story has become increasingly oblique and gappy.
Samples of buttered hot cross buns and breaded fish pleased our shopper at Asda's Watford store, but it was let down by a gappy fresh produce section, with loose new potatoes not stocked.
Perhaps we historians think that our imagining of the past is so frail and gappy that without the techniques of document authentication we could not tell a true source from a fake.