star-gazer

[ stahr-gey-zer ]SEE DEFINITION OF star-gazer
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Will he not be called by them a prater, a star-gazer, a good-for-nothing?

"It is a pity you are not a star-gazer," observed Kenyon, also looking up.

We have a poem of theirs which numbers the star-gazer as one of the crew.

Jason appointed Tiphys to be helmsman because he was a star-gazer, and knew the points of the compass.

"The transit of Venus, Rittenhouse," for it was that observation which had given this star-gazer fame and recognition abroad.

On an auspicious day fixed by the Chukkamusti (star-gazer), the bride is conducted to the home of the bridegroom.

In me was the blood of the star-gazer, my emotions 140recalling the rejected beliefs, the signs and wonders of the heavens.

Don't use a martingale unless your horse is a star-gazer, or else tosses his head so as to be able to strike you.

Jason appointed Tiphys to be helmsman, because he was a star-gazer and knew the points of the compass.

A triangular sail set above the skysail; if square it would be a moonsail, and if set above that, a star-gazer, &c.

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