She gasped out the news.
She could scarcely gasp the words.
He was gasping for breath as he ran.
The child gasped in pain as he held his broken leg.
The motor gave a last gasp, and then stopped completely.
The runner was gasping for breath at the end of the race.
Everyone gasped in surprise when the verdict was read out.
“I’m feeling much better now,” he gasped, and then he died.
The old woman gasped in surprise when she opened her present.
The fish lay gasping and struggling on the bottom of the boat.
The children gasped in fright when the monster appeared on stage.
She gasped in amazement when she realized she had won the lottery.
“I think I’m having a heart attack,” he gasped and fell to the floor.
The old woman was clutching her hand to her chest, and gasping for breath.
The swimmer came to the surface of the lake sputtering and gasping for air.
The woman gasped, and shrank against the wall as the monster approached her.
The man gasped in astonishment when it was announced he had won first prize.
The old woman was gasping for breath by the time she reached the top of the stairs.
He gasped in shock when the policeman told him his wife had been in a car accident.
A gasp of horror was heard in the movie theater when the woman was stabbed onscreen.
She gasped in excitement and surprise when her boyfriend showed her the diamond engagement ring.
William Wordsworth wrote, “This city now doth, like a garment, wear the beauty of the morning.
The child accidentally swallowed some water while swimming, and started choking and gasping for air.
Joachim Du Bellay once wrote of a woman, “Matilda told such dreadful lies, it made one gasp, and stretch one’s eyes.
of the dwarfs’ names which were considered, and then discarded, included Scrappy, Doleful, Crabby, Wistful, Dumpy, Soulful, Tearful, Snappy, Helpful, gaspy, Gloomy, Busy, Dirty, Awful, Dizzy, Shifty, and Biggy-Wiggy.
The last time, she was gasping for air as she clutched a capless marker.
gaspin announced that NBC was bringing back that flashy presentation, too.
373393 In the late 2000s, he bought a farm in Nova Scotia’s gaspereau Valley.
My insurance company is still a private corporation – not (gasp!) a government agency.
The Nova Scotia winners included wines from gaspereau Vineyards and L’Acadie Vineyards.
He said he saw Jessica punch Zoey in the stomach so hard it made the child gasp for air.
An audience at a cathedral gave an anguished gasp when he told them he would have to go.
They can’t speak, they are paralyzed and at the end, they just lie there and gasp for air.
They seem to be gasping, so I would guess the water is not oxygenated, Tsuhako told DNAinfo.
Charles gasparino joined FOX Business Network (FBN) in February 2010 as Senior Correspondent.
The flights were supposed to leave Montreal with stops in Quebec City and gaspé along the way.
On the way, they stopped for a teenage boy lying on the ground, gasping for breath, dehydrated.
The company had recently failed in an attempt to buy a closed shipyard in Quebec’s gaspé region.
Quincy Ford coughed up the ball – and ended the Huskies’ last-gasp effort at pulling off the shocker.
But Notre Dame had a final gasp, forcing a punt and taking over at the Clemson 32 with 1:05 remaining.