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- adj. Gazing.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. looking intently; -- used of eyes.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- On the gaze; in a gazing attitude.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. (used of eyes) open and fixed as if in fear or wonder
Then the talk stopped dead as Istra Nash stood agaze in the doorway — pale and intolerant, her red hair twisted high on her head, tall and slim and uncorseted in a gray tight-fitting gown.
His host, however, at this, but continued to stand agaze; and he had the next thing repeated his question of
Softly lighted, the whole colour of the place, with its vague values, was in cool fusion — an effect that made the visitor stand for a little agaze.
She couldn't stand long agaze, she had work to do.
Smith heeded her voice, and for another unnoted interval they stood agaze upon their little eminence.
As I stood there agaze at the strangeness and wonder of her, a voice at my shoulder made me whirl in surprise.
She lay back among her pillows, trembling in the dark, afraid of she knew not what, her wide eyes agaze at the ceiling's shadows.
Then the talk stopped dead as Istra Nash stood agaze in the doorway -- pale and intolerant, her red hair twisted high on her head, tall and slim and uncorseted in a gray tight-fitting gown.
_Modern Painters_, they will be no lamps at all, but a new constellation -- seven bright stars, for whose rising the reading world ought to be anxiously agaze.
As the harbour was entered all eyes were agaze at this first contact with the civilisation of the Old World.