gaze at (someone or something)

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gaze at (someone or something)

To look at someone or something. The teacher gazed 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 at all the skyscrapers in awe.
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gaze at someone or something

to stare at someone or something. I stood for an hour, gazing at the sea. She gazed at me for a moment and then smiled.
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References in classic literature ?
They gazed at one another, and fancied that some magic power had really begun to smooth away the deep and sad inscriptions which Father Time had been so long engraving on their brows.
They gazed at one another, and fancied that each fleeting moment snatched away a charm, and left a deepening furrow where none had been before.
They gazed at one another without speaking, Dorothea at Don Fernando, Don Fernando at Cardenio, Cardenio at Luscinda, and Luscinda at Cardenio.
If one told them to do a thing their ancestors had not done for a thousand years they gazed at one mildly and said, "It is not the custom" and one knew that was the end of the matter.
You need only to look at the things of this earth with the eyes of the Beloved." Jane and I never spoke a word about God, but we experienced God's loving presence as we gazed at one another.
The teenagers gazed at one another in silence for a moment under the full moon, with the distant sounds of traffic and the faint barking of a dog in Rocky Lane heightening the isolation of the park.
As I gazed at one poster of old, I could have jumped on a train there and then and travelled to Aberystwyth (that's if it's still on the rail map).
Puzzled motorists have gazed at one of the trees beside the main road in the Conwy Valley, North Wales.