Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of gaze.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • If you happen to have any of the above on when the preacher starts hammering away, blocking your ear with the unceasing noise, gazes from the other bus righteous will make you feel so uncomfortable and tensed.

    Road and Bus Evangelism: My take

  • * Chodin gazes out the window at an African American guy crossing the street.

    INDIANA JONES AND THE POD RACE

  • '' Langdon and Sophie seemed unable to tear their stunned gazes from the revolver aimed at them.

    Professor of religious studies: "Thank you, Dan Brown..."

  • A virgin gazes at a Virgin, at long golden arms curving round the crystal globe of a womb in which the Eucharist sits like a promise.

    Excerpt: Mirabilis by Susann Cokal

  • SESNO: Every split second -- the way the candidate is lit, the way they're framed in the photo, the looks and the gazes, which is what was so interesting in that spot, as they're looking at the candidate.

    CNN Transcript Dec 14, 2007

  • She had known he was in the room, of course, and yet the meeting of their gazes was a physical shock to her, like taking hold of a thunderbolt with both hands.

    THE VOW

  • "To state my views freely then: I must say, that, if this suspected doctrine be not one of the unsophisticated utterances of the spiritual nature of man, I am almost led to doubt whether the clearness with which the spiritualist 'gazes' on the rest may not possibly be an illusion.

    The Eclipse of Faith Or, A Visit To A Religious Sceptic

  • On the edge of Tiananmen Square, across the street from Mao Zedong's tomb, He Yingying munches on a piece of chicken and gazes at the benign-looking figure beaming down at her.

    Local menu, managers are KFC's secret in China

  • Our money's on Barney, since his rhetorical question prompted Robin's confession and their silent gazes at each other say it all.

    Top Moments: Mother's Baby Bombshell, Late Night's Musical Burn

  • I may die; but first you, my tyrant and tormentor, shall curse the sun that gazes on your misery.

    Chapter 20

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