Gap synonyms

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A break, stop, or rest, often for a calculated purpose or effect:
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(US) A time of play, usually, on a playground.
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The right, permission, or power to come and go freely:
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(Microscopy) A space visible between cells, allowing free passage of light.
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A crack, crevice, or split.
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(Basketball) fast break
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A break in the clouds, fog, mist etc., which allows light through.
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(Anatomy) A separation, aperture, fissure, or short passage in an organ or body part.
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(Nautical) a period without waves or wind.
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(Sussex) the South Downs Way
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The definition of chasm is a divergence of feelings or interests of two people or a group.
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Hollow means an empty space.
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A deep narrow valley or gorge in the earth's surface worn by running water.
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A rivulet or stream
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A valley, especially a long, narrow, steep valley, cut in rock by a river.
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A narrow gorge or pass that restricts lateral movement, as of troops.
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A covered walkway, between rooms or buildings.
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(Informal) A level or degree:
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A deep mountain gorge or gully
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A mountain pass
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A narrow, steep-sided channel formed in loose earth by running water. A gully is usually dry except after periods of heavy rainfall or after the melting of snow or ice.
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A steep-walled valley cut by a swift stream; deep, narrow ravine
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An opening in or through anything; break; gap
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Of or pertaining to a lacuna, like a lacuna
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(Medicine) Of or pertaining to a lacuna
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The definition of parenthetical is enclosed in parenthesis.
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An immeasurably deep chasm, depth, or void:
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The action of adjourning.
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A usually adjustable opening in an optical instrument, such as a camera or telescope, that limits the amount of light passing through a lens or onto a mirror.
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An empty space, esp. one to be filled in on a printed form, school test, etc.
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An opening made by a breakthrough, as in a wall, line of defense, etc.
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A break or pause in a line of verse: in Greek and Latin verse, the caesura falls within the metrical foot; in English verse, it is usually about the middle of the line and is shown in scanning by the sign ∥
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A cleaving, splitting, or dividing
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Any one of the separate bulbs that make up the larger bulb of garlic
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The definition of crack is a sudden, sharp breaking sound or a break in something.
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A small, narrow opening; crack, as in a wall
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A narrow crack or fissure, as in a rock or wall.
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In pathology, a diastema may refer to any an abnormal space, fissure, or cleft in an organ or part of the body.
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A usually uneven surface between two layers of rock or sediment that represents either an interruption in the deposition of the layers, as in an unconformity, or a displacement of one or both layers relative to each other, as in a fault.
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The definition of disparity is a difference.
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A ridge that divides two drainage areas; watershed
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A crack or opening, as in a rock
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A defect, fault, or imperfection, especially one that is hidden.
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An inconsistent act, remark, etc.
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The period of time between; meantime
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A suspension of governmental or administrative functions; period without the usual ruler, governor, etc.
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The act of interrupting, or the state of being interrupted.
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A space or interval between two things; an interstice
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A small or narrow space between things or parts; crevice
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A space between two things; gap; distance
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(Law) The termination or forfeiture of a right or privilege through disuse, through failure of some contingency, or through failure to meet stated obligations within a stated time
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A means of escape; esp., a means of evading or escaping an obligation, enforcement of a law or contract, etc.
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An act or instance of making or becoming open.
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An interruption of continuity; an interval:
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A sexual invitation or overture:
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Alexander Pope
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(Law) A reprieve, especially from a sentence of death.
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(Countable, mathematics) A generalized construct or set, the members of which have certain properties in common; often used in combination with the name of a particular mathematician. [from 20th c.]
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(Neuroanatomy, cytology) The junction between the terminal of a neuron and either another neuron or a muscle or gland cell, over which nerve impulses pass.
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Total lack of ideas; emptiness of mind.
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A space left empty by the removal or absence of something usually found in it; void
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A break or open space, as in a surface; gap
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A finish; end; conclusion
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Any opening in a solid object
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The definition of a rupture is an instance where something bursts or suddenly breaks.
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The act or process of moving apart or forcing something apart:
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A degree or amount by which things differ:
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A failure or refusal to agree.
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Part or all of this entry has been imported from the 1913 edition of Webster's Dictionary, which is now free of copyright and hence in the public domain. The imported definitions may be significantly out of date, and any more recent senses may be completely missing.
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Lack of harmony or agreement
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To penetrate into or through something:
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To be pierced or punctured:
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To stare with the mouth open, as in wonder or surprise
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Some think that the yawn is caused because the brain is too warm. The inhalation of cool air promotes the lowering of the brain temperature, resulting in your brain working more efficiently.
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A sports event in which anybody can compete; as, the Australian Open.
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(Video games) an option allowing a player to resume a saved game.
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A marked lack of correspondence or agreement
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To the full extent; completely.
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A continuing act of disorder
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A difference, as between two figures or totals:
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A gap between peaks in a mountain range, used as a pass
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That which is gorged or swallowed, especially by a hawk or other fowl.
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