The assembled opposition members, journalists and tourism industry heavies were slack-jawed. The former rages sleazily away, just on the right side of slack-jawed self-parody. Hang up, some of you, and make wax for these slack-jawed sisters. You can complete the definition of slack-jawed given by the English Cobuild dictionary with other English dictionaries : Wikipedia, Lexilogos, Oxford, Cambridge, Chambers Harrap, Wordreference, Collins Lexibase dictionaries, Merriam Webster. The man walked down the street so sillily that many a bystander stopped and stared slack-jawed. Spencer was one of those slack-jawed youths who are constitutionally incapable of preserving a secret. She brought to the stage the barefoot, slack-jawed frontiersmen found on postcards in every convenience store and tourist trap in the Ozarks.
Ninety percent of them are nattering slack-jawed bandersnatches, so why would we want more of them? You will probably have noticed that Martin is scarcely a shrinking violet, nor a slack-jawed dullard. . We made the prune based Chocolate Fudge Torte at the bakery and it left everyone slack-jawed. Slack-jawed Randal gets to deliver most of the ruderies, some very funny, some very unfunny while his mate Dante, like me, looks appalled. The look of slack-jawed disbelief on someone's face is even more satisfying than reliving the whole brain-bending experience through summarization. Search slack-jawed and thousands of other words in English Cobuild dictionary from Reverso.
Pillbot stared from the visible portion of Gault to slack-jawed Harper and back again, sweat splashing from his puffy face. He turned and fixed a cold, commanding eye upon the slack-jawed herders. I came away feeling a combination of slack-jawed dumbfoundedness and downright anger. The kids stand frozen and slack-jawed, mesmerized by the adults capering around in rented tutus. The man jumped, snapped his head at me and gave me a wild-eyed, slack-jawed expression of shock.
Other companies stood, slack-jawed, in admiration and played what seemed to be a never-ending game of catch-up. On Seventh Avenue, slack-jawed visitors scrambled for digital cameras, and taxicabs actually slowed down for something other than a fare. It was Lee, leaning, slack-jawed, against a pillar and reading the Green Sheet. . .
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