Definition of Gapos

1. gapo [n] - See also: gapo



Gapos Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gapos

gapeseed
gapeseeds
gapesing
gapeworm
gapeworms
gapier
gapiest
gaping
gapingly
gapings
gapless
gaplessly
gaplessness
gaplike
gapo
gapos (current term)
gaposis
gaposises
gapped
gapped scale
gapper
gappers
gappier
gappiest
gappiness
gapping
gappy
gaps
gapy
gar

Literary usage of Gapos

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Travels in the Coastlands of British East Africa and the Islands of Zanzibar by William Walter Augustine Fitzgerald (1898)
"Leaving Para, I travelled over the high ground for several miles, until the primitive forest was reached, and then went down towards the gapos; ..."

2. A Text-book of Physiology by Michael Foster (1881)
"When a muscle is cut across in the living body, the section gapos, because all the muscles of the body are slightly stretched beyond their normal length. ..."

3. A History of Roman Classical Literature by Robert William Browne (1853)
"... but valuable as containing some which have been admitted into the Latin, and as exhibiting many affinities to the Pelasgian:— gapos Currus Hister ..."

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