Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


The venerable Persian gazed at her for an instant, and then clasped her to his bosom.

He gazed on the bright landscape, as if it had been the countenance of a friend.

She gazed on his features as he slept; and was left to sorrow alone.

The wayfarers all gazed in the utmost astonishment at the interruption.

Gilder settled himself again in his chair, and gazed benignantly on his son.

Rico gazed at the flowers, and thought, "If Stineli could only see them!"

The sight of her agitation silenced the singers, and they gazed at her in surprise.

I gazed at her from where I stood, then I turned to the window.

They gazed reverently into his face, as if they had been gazing at the sky.

She raised those heavy lids of hers and gazed straight at him.