gaze around at (someone or something)

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gaze around at (someone or something)

To look around at someone or something. The teacher gazed around at all the kids in the room and then announced who had gotten the solos. When we first got off the bus in New York City, we could only gaze around at all the skyscrapers in awe.
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Watch a game and gaze around at the Victorian buildings.
According to writers Nigel and Jenny Hinchcliffe, Victoria Park is, "an ideal place to gaze around at the town with Holme Moss visible through the trees to the right, across the valley to Cartworth Moor and up Ribbleden valley to Underbank and across to Cliffe." The park is located beyond the library, tourist information centre and car park at Huddersfield Road in the middle of Holmfirth.
Gaze around at the stunning scenery and then breathe in the crisp, pure air.
It is not difficult, but it is demanding; we cannot just gaze around at the scenery and expect to stay aloft.
Rather than gaze around at his new surroundings all starry-eyed, Stead immediately set to work almost single-handedly saving struggling Rovers from relegation.
They gaze around at the beatniks huddled in a corner, and the female office-workers eyeing what looks like an outrageously gay Elvis impersonator leaning on the bar ("My God!" says one of the women.
Watch a game and gaze around at the Victorian buildingsof the university and high court.