gaze[ geyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF gaze
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GAZE
If they tremble down the fine-skinned cheek, let us avert our gaze.
He looked at her haggardly, and she met his gaze with kind eyes in which there was no mockery.
To gaze at me the field-workers suspend the magnificent lethargy of their labors.
His gaze, however, though not its direction, was still to the infinite.
Sometimes it seems to me a pity that hearts are not laid bare to the gaze of others.
Even the eyes, which held so fixedly their gaze on the window, were quite expressionless.
There had been in her gaze a conflict of emotions, strong and baffling.
The son met his father's gaze with a level look in which there was no weakness.
The father's gaze met the son's, and the eyes of the two locked.
He turned his gaze to Garson again, and spoke authoritatively: "Come on now, Joe!"