Definitions

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  • n. One who is stared at.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One who is stared at.

Etymologies

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stare +‎ -ee

Examples

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  • She was just then coming into fashion; she struck me, the first time I met her, as being downright ugly; but there was a wild oddity in her countenance which made one stare at her, and she was delighted to be stared at, especially by me; so we were mutually agreeable to each other -- I as starer, and she as staree.

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  • She was just then coming into fashion; she struck me, the first time I met her, as being downright ugly; but there was a wild oddity in her countenance which made one stare at her, and she was delighted to be stared at, especially by me; so we were mutually agreeable to each other – I as starer, and she as staree.

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  • Everyday if someone gives me a dirty look or if they staree.

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