gaze around

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gaze around

To look around or survey a particular place or area. When we first got off the bus in New York City, we could only gaze around at all the skyscrapers in awe. The baby lay quietly in her crib, just gazing around.
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gaze around (at someone or something)

to look all around at someone or something. The manager gazed around at each of us, and finally spoke. Tourists gazed around at the scenery for a while and got back in the bus. We just stood there, gazing around.
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When he looks at a job not nearly completed to his satisfaction or gazes around a dressing room full of players he respects and believes in or walks up the stairs of the Paisley 2021 Stadium to meet with a board who have backed him to the hilt, he comes to the same conclusion - he has something special going on here so it will take something special to lure him away.
As one stands on Castle Hill or any high point surrounding Huddersfield and gazes around, one has to wonder where all our other heritage of the last 200 years went.
BEING a Beatles baby can't be easy - especially when you're stood on stage as your audience gazes around the room hoping to see your famous father.
But she's already gotten used to the patch and is as quick as ever to smile as she gazes around the church.
So often he's carried Liverpool on his shoulders but when he gazes around him and sees nothing but the rank average and ordinary, it's easy to see why those same shoulders sag.
'My son carried a gun for peace while his killers are nothing but violent cowards,' says Gayle as she gazes around the front room she has turned into a card-filled shrine to Narel.
BEING a Beatles' baby can't be easy - especially when you're stood on stage as your audience gazes around the room hoping to see your famous dad.