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First published 1976 (SND Vol. X).

AGANT, adv. Of the mouth: wide open, gaping.Kcd. 1933 L. G. Gibbon Cloud Howe (1950) 29:
Heavy with sleep and her great mouth a[all]-agant.

[From A, pref.2, + Gant, v., n.1]

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