Definition of open-mouthed in English:

open-mouthed

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With the mouth open, especially in surprise or excitement: taken aback, she could only stare at him open-mouthed open-mouthed astonishment
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  • At the sight of our caravan of motor vehicles, the locals along the road stopped work and gazed open-mouthed in surprise and amusement.
  • He stood there, open-mouthed, surprised that she was leaving.
  • Any triumphalism, filtered through the eyes of a child, is open-mouthed in its surprise and gratitude.
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