from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- intransitive v. To gaze at the stars.
- intransitive v. To daydream.
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- v. To look at the stars at night.
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- v. observe the stars
- v. have a daydream; indulge in a fantasy
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But "stargaze" is a much better term, and not just because this band is named after a galaxy.
We would talk, and laugh, and sip, and I wouldn't have to stargaze, because there'd be one right in front of me.
Would you like to hitchhike to Betelgeuse, stargaze from Vulcan (before it was destroyed in the new Star Trek film, as in the image on the right!) or explore the galaxies far, far away where the Star Wars saga began?
An unlikely place to stargaze in D.C.: this week's Washington International Horse Show at Verizon Center.
Martin used to stargaze with Betsy on the Cape in the summer.
However, I also planned on stopping over at the Astronomical Society meeting for about an hour to stargaze as a study break.
With only a hint of clouds, you can go out and stargaze.
Yes, learning really is fun at these family resorts, where kids can hone in on their latest obsession be it tennis or sailing, learn a new craft like surfing or waterskiing, pick up a few pointers in the kitchen at a cooking school, or stargaze with skill after an intriguing 101 in astronomy.
Anyway, I took the long way around to say I love the song and I do get up on my roof to stargaze, and I like the new show Nurse Jackie which I am told has loads of medical mistakes but is very humorous.
I'd like a get away with someone just to stargaze like this with cuddling and stuff too.