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  • adj. gazing at the stars

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Examples

  • Also staring skywards will be the denizens of the night's mince pie-defying delicacy, stargazy pie.

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  • In one remarkable meal, four friends ate themselves into delirium with heritage pork cracklings, cod tongues, milts (don't ask) on toast, not to mention rare but unbloody partridge, sprout tops (we never knew they had them), veal heart and Mr. Hix's stargazy pie.

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  • When she does work, we get all the barrels of all the guns of her intensity and skill: but afterwards she dawdles and dreams and potters and turns down a good many roles: and the two aspects, the white whistling furies of her performances and the generous lazy longueurs of her stargazy downtime, are mutually dependent.

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  • It has to reach yearningly skywards like the mackerel heads poking out of a stargazy pie.

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