gap

Part of speech: verb

To notch; make a breach in.

Part of speech: noun

A passage or aperture; breach; ravine.

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Usage examples "gap":

  1. A gap in a hedge made by a bull that morning, had removed the last screen. - "David Elginbrod", George MacDonald.
  2. She'd have to stop- somewhere this side the gap- and go on in the morning." - "A Pagan of the Hills", Charles Neville Buck.
  3. Her idea seemed to be that if Red Gap would just stand firm in the matter the war would die a natural death. - "Somewhere in Red Gap", Harry Leon Wilson.