Origin of chasm
Related formschas·mal, chas·mic, adjectivechasmed, adjectivechasm·y, adjective
Examples from the Web for chasm
Over the next few years, a chasm would open up between the Party and the KGB, culminating with the failed coup in August 1991.
The result in all three cases is a chasm between image and performance that magnifies the narrative of dashed expectations.Even the Most Powerful Man in the World Is at the Mercy of the IT Guy|Jill Lawrence|March 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In the middle, a chasm so wide that I have no idea, 20 years later, how we will ever bridge it.
The fourth reality is a technological gap in voter mobilization; more accurately the gap is a chasm.The GOP Faces Years in the Wilderness After 2012 Election Losses|Robert Shrum|November 26, 2012|DAILY BEAST
It was Netanyahu who opened up the chasm, going so far as to publicly press the U.S. to change its policy.
There is a chasm between the consideration of letting Australia or letting India go, which is too wide to be bridged.Practical Politics; or, the Liberalism of To-day|Alfred Farthing Robbins
To the one who thinks the weather is Anxiety never yet successfully bridged over any chasm.The Girl Wanted|Nixon Waterman
He was seen to run a few paces back from the edge of the chasm, and then turning suddenly, set his body for the spring.The Forest Exiles|Mayne Reid
As far as the eye can reach is a sea of green tree-tops, with occasionally a deep rift where there is a chasm.Dracula|Bram Stoker
We look to the east and then to the west, but we see only a small part of the chasm.The Lure of the Camera|Charles S. Olcott