Noun(1) (Christian theology(2) selfless love of one person for another without sexual implications (especially love that is spiritual in nature(3) a religious meal shared as a sign of love and fellowship
Adjective(1) with the mouth wide open as in wonder or awe
(1) Then the herd picked up and moved on, leaving us bundled up against the cold, our mouths agape , wondering if what we witnessed was real or some sort of illusion in the arctic fog.(2) The audience sat in a stunned silence, their mouths agape at Cohen's audacity.(3) Thus at least some form of agape is possible independent of Christian faith and hope.(4) And they both just stood here with their mouths agape and wondering what had made the bucket spin like that.(5) Grant's book is a highly nuanced examination of much of the literature on altruism and agape , while also giving some attention to recent considerations of eros and philia.(6) Some just stood there, their mouths agape , stunned by what the old woman had just said.(7) It may be brilliant political jujitsu - conceding the opposition's most damning point leaves them with mouths agape and little to say - or it may be nuts.(8) They stared at each other, mouths agape and speechless.(9) Too many craved spiritual gifts and wanted to use them without having agape as their end or aim.(10) God gives you agape love - deep, unconditional, fatherly love.(11) It is an agape feast in the sense that God's love is shared, not only among the participants but also with those who eat and drink and those who are hungry in the world.(12) The cast members in the wings looked on with mouths agape , but the two on the stage didn't notice, caught up in the sadness and regret an impossible love could provoke.(13) When fishermen are throwing away unused bait, the pelicans will descend in noisy throngs and are very adept at catching fish morsels in mid air, mouths agape as they squawk for more!(14) But agape is love without any thought of reward or benefit.(15) Christians are urged to practice agape : love not as sexual desire, not as a devotion to something transcendent, not as friendship, but as charity.(16) At his slightly overwhelmed expression and agape jaw, she snorted bitterly.
(1) agape :: ぽかんとして
1. gaping ::
2. love feast ::
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