vocabulary

Word to the Wise: gaze

Tony Hisgett (1)

gaze (verb) – look long and with interest

gaze (noun) – a long, interested look

Here are some examples of how you can use gaze:

The lovers gazed into each other’s eyes.

It’s fun to lie on your back and gaze at the stars.

The boy gazed at the beautiful toys in the shop window.

His steady gaze flattered her but it also made her feel uncomfortable.

He directed his gaze inwards and tried to formulate what he really thought about the issue.

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