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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishslack-jawedˈslack-jawed adjective πŸ”Š πŸ”Š having your mouth slightly open, especially because you are surprised or stupid syn open-mouthed πŸ”Š They looked at him, slack-jawed with disbelief.
Examples from the Corpus
slack-jawedβ€’ The inmates are stunned in slack-jawed amazement.β€’ She gasped repeatedly and Creed, goggle-eyed and slack-jawed, panted in time with her gasping.β€’ He looked out with an expression not yet of terror but of total, slack-jawed surprise.β€’ The audience sat slack-jawed with disbelief.
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