gawk at

gawk at someone or something

to stare at someone or something, obviously and awkwardly. Why are you standing there, gawking at me? The tourists stood at the foot of the mountain and gawked at the top.
References in classic literature ?
Sandy said there would be a monument put up there, where Moses and Esau had stood, with the date and circumstances, and all about the whole business, and travellers would come for thousands of years and gawk at it, and climb over it, and scribble their names on it.
All await with abated breaths for Veena Malik's heartbreak over Sheik Sahib's refusal, while they equally gawk at possible fulfilling of Sheikh Sahib's whim by Prime Minister of allowing Sheikh to administer polio drops down his (PM's) gullet.
A tour bus company that offered customers a chance to gawk at ghetto neighborhoods in the South Bronx has stopped the rides after severe backlash from the community.
We can gawk at a person, a bird or a flowering bush and miss the inherent beauty, but when we change our looking into gazing that beauty comes home to our soul.
SUP) is old hat, and there's something fresh to gawk at when you go to the beach: SUP yoga.
This is so selfish to do this, just so we can gawk at them.
Or do people just fancy a gawk at the lump of wood one or two loopers reckon they can see the mother of Jesus in?
Now that I'm home, I want to tell my friends how silly guys look when they gawk at me.
When the city promises us a skatepark and provides us with a prefab playground, caged in and on display like an exhibit in a museum for the rest of the town to gawk at, our only defense is to run to the fortress that is Thrasher.
They are treated as a novelty and tourists gawk at them.
Also, men are beginning to gawk at Iris' chest--she needs to buy a bra, as the kindly woman who lives upstairs points out, but her hardworking Mami has no time or money to take Iris shopping.
If the idea of that much physical activity in the middle of the desert turns you off, you can always keep the AC running and gawk at the red rocks from the comfort of your car.
LITTLE CURRENT: Bruce O'Hare still remembers that grey, rainy day in October almost five years ago when 5,000 curious visitors from as far away as Sudbury jammed into the Manitoulin Island Town of Little Current to gawk at the gleaming white hull of a luxury liner.
True Hollywood Story age, all of us looking for any excuse to share the rumors and innuendo we've heard as we breathlessly gawk at the red carpet royalty.