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


How carefully I packed my pipe, gazing serenely over the roofs of Paris.

She lay awake, gazing into the scented darkness, her arms under her head.

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

An Indian, half hidden in the dusky shade, is gazing and wondering too.

But he still remained in the room, gazing blindly at his brother.

Lying on my back and gazing up, I felt reluctant to rise and renew my ramble.

Gazing at Medea, he beheld a wonderful intelligence in her face.

Each of us stood with a wet pillow in his hand, gazing at his borrowed bunk.

After gazing at her in silence, Mrs Clennam turned to Rigaud.

"Hardly," replied Christian, gazing upwards at the dizzy height.