Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Given to the observation and study of the stars.
- n. Attentive observation and study of the stars; astrology or astronomy.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. The act or practice of observing the stars with attention; contemplation of the stars as connected with astrology or astronomy.
- n. Hence, absent-mindedness; abstraction.
- n. observation of the stars
“In the evenings I led groups in 'stargazing;' and one morning each week I led a ten-mile canoe trip through the”
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“Though oddly it works pretty well, if you tie it in with "stargazing" from last episode.”
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“Little wonder that the number of “burners” adorning the sidewalks along the Walk of Fame is now roughly equal to the number of natural stars visible to the naked eye in most parts of the world where light pollution only minimally interferes with stargazing.”
“Fafhrd is distracted with stargazing while Mouser is preoccupied by the smallest things - distractions that could spell their doom as doppelganger assassins are sent to kill them.”
“Like his stargazing colleagues everywhere, Butler speaks in a language that can often seem mysterious and impregnable—throwing out references to laws of physics, categories of stars and planets, and modes of measurement that are foreign to the uninitiated.”
“• A photograph used to illustrate an article about stargazing was wrongly captioned as showing "a meteor storm over Stonehenge".”
“Until that one glorious day when you spotted another couple stargazing into each other's eyes and kissing from across the street.”
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