- v. present participle of gaze.
“He expressed discomfort in gazing back, that it's difficult to recognize the prolific young artist who wrote Broken Arrow.”
“Star gazing is indisputably the oldest scientific hobby on earth.”
“Nico paced and pondered, stroking his chin gazing blankly at the floor in front of his rhythmic footsteps.”
“I don't mean that endless navel gazing is desirable or makes for good writing.”
“Habert complained, then joined the others in gazing at the picture.”
“They took turn about with the glasses in gazing across the river.”
“She became absorbed in gazing at herself in the mirror, while she dabbed some powder on her nose and dabbed it off again.”
“So the city folk, gazing from the bare hills to my blazing, burning field, were sorely tempted, and, it must be told, as sorely fell.”
“Jerry joined him in gazing out to where the cables lost themselves in the thick downpour.”
“Half the time young Pat seemed to spend in gazing off and out at the landscape in a dreamy sort of way.”
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