There was this gasp—the sound of all the oxygen in Old Campus being rapidly sucked into 8,000 lungs.
Slurring her words and stumbling on her delivery, people wondered aloud if, gasp, Sawyer was drunk on air.
Then curl up with a BlackBerry and dive into Twitter Lit—micro novels, online book clubs, and (gasp) real books.
The perfect amount of raunchy shock value to color a guffaw with a gasp.
Witches have been resurrected this television season—even being called, gasp, the new vampires.
I helt 'im in deze arms nights an' nights, when all he had ter do fer ter leave dis vale wuz ter fetch one gasp an' go.
Her gasp of astonishment was lost in the chorus of congratulatory cries.
But every ounce tells heavily on a swimmer, and Frank gave a gasp of relief as at last his feet touched the ground.
Then a reporter leaped aboard, and ere I could gasp held me in his toils.
Pilarica caught them to her heart, those shells of hollowed wood, with a gasp of joy.