Thesaurus / gazer

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It was but a bonfire in appearance, yet it marred both the landscape and the meditative rest of the gazer.

Disciple or gazer, he addressed the individuality of every one that had ears to hear.

Hope of the GospelGeorge MacDonald

Pictures giving information as to something past, present, or future, which the gazer has no other chance of knowing.

So, with one long look of tenderest denial, the fairy of his dreams vanished from the gazer's sight.

The Crooked StickRolf Boldrewood

Otherwise she may prove to be the gazee instead of the gazer.

A Residence in FranceJ. Fenimore Cooper

It is the magnetic Blaine, the impassioned and eloquent statesman, that rises before the gazer.

Italy, the Magic LandLilian Whiting

But Charlotte Graham had none of that ostentation of beauty which provokes the gazer to criticise.

DisciplineMary Brunton

Now the design seemed about to unfold itself; then again it eluded the gazer's grasp.

IdolatryJulian Hawthorne

Some memory or imaginative effort which does not come from the gazer's ordinary self.

Indeed, the "gazer" seems to be quite independent as to the medium of his sight-seeing, so long as he has the "power."

The Story of the MormonsWilliam Alexander Linn

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