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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of stargaze.

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Examples

  • But if he stargazed for a few minutes in peace and quiet, he would forgive her.

    Naked Cruelty

  • Secrets were whispered as young companions stargazed from the shelter of the tree house.

    Devotional Stories for Mothers

  • Every afternoon, when the fathers returned to their prison cells, the children and Hope House counselors retreated to a local campground, where they built campfires, made s'mores and stargazed at night.

    Prison program unites inmates, children

  • After hanging around awhile, I went off by myself, sat down, and stargazed a ways away from the Big House, alone on a concealed piece of land.

    Good Fortune

  • After hanging around awhile, I went off by myself, sat down, and stargazed a ways away from the Big House, alone on a concealed piece of land.

    Good Fortune

  • Secrets were whispered as young companions stargazed from the shelter of the tree house.

    Devotional Stories for Mothers

  • It wasn't a very long walk to the spot where Horace so often stargazed.

    Gazing Skyward... Or, in the dim twilight of youth

  • After hanging around awhile, I went off by myself, sat down, and stargazed a ways away from the Big House, alone on a concealed piece of land.

    Good Fortune

  • After hanging around awhile, I went off by myself, sat down, and stargazed a ways away from the Big House, alone on a concealed piece of land.

    Good Fortune

  • Last night Leslie and I stargazed on the edge of the Delaware Bay, chased ghost crabs under the starlight, and today we raked up some clams from Richardson Sound.

    Walt Kelly is dead. Long live Walt Kelly.

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