gap out
 v.— «As for his latest book, he mentions casually, “for better or worse I’ve done so little press on it so far that I don’t have any script prepared, so when I gap out, it’s a real gap out…” I hope this is merely a “random thread,” as he calls it when a thought-line peters out—and which, as the dusk slowly darkens into night, become more and more prevalent.» —“Doug day afternoon” by Murray Waldren, Douglas Coupland The Australian (Sydney) Dec. 4, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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