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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of gaze.


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  • And from the high poop Kwan Yung-jin gazed down at us as if he did not see us.

    Chapter 15

  • On each landing, opposite the lift-shaft, the poster with the enormous face gazed from the wall.

    Nineteen Eighty-Four

  • Kwan Yung-jin gazed down at us as if he did not see us.

    Chapter 15

  • Miles after miles of rich country went by as we gazed from the windows of the moving train, and all this vast extent of territory which we traversed belonged to the United States; and there were many other routes from the Pacific to the Atlantic with an equally boundless panorama.

    Hawaii's Story, by Hawaii's Queen

  • Edwin gazed at her in speechless horror; while she, casting a glance at Wallace, in which the full purpose of her soul was declared, turned, with a softened though majestic air, to the regent, and spoke: –

    The Scottish Chiefs

  • Henrietta had written it again, and again had crept into his chamber and in whatever part of the house the magnate might now be found, he everywhere encountered this pale tremulous figure who pressing her hands together and without uttering a word gazed at him beseechingly, imploringly -- only they two knew why.

    The Poor Plutocrats

  • The sole inheritor of my family name gazed at me calmly.

    Black Butterfly

  • Elaka gazed at Dax with pure spite, and the Trill made it a point not to look away.


  • But seeing his fond mistress, he sat down on the cellar floor, and with his most fetching expression gazed wistfully back and forth from her to the window.

    Concerning Cats My Own and Some Others

  • The girl with the odd, boyish name gazed at Tory Drew reflectively.

    The Girl Scouts in Beechwood Forest


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