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You’ll spend most of your time outside, stargazing from beside the fire pit or soaking in the world’s dreamiest hot tub.
His passion for ‘stargazing’ has often been commented upon by readers of his poetry.
And after that they don't go in for much stargazing, nor do they care a fig for the world and all its thousand troubles.
I remember leaning down and trying to pull him out of his cramped position, and then came an eternity of stargazing.
Again they would look familiar and remind us of stargazing at home.
STEEP TRAILSJOHN MUIR
He chose the law as his profession; but in 1816 reported that, under his father's direction, he was going "to take up stargazing."
Matthew's stargazing wise men would thus have been "spued out of the mouth" of the Jewish Jehovah.
I never know when Ken's going to quit his stargazing and come in for the night.
Before books came into my life, I was given to stargazing and daydreaming.
He was a young man who had been lying on the grass stargazing.
THE FIGHTING EDGEWILLIAM MACLEOD RAINE

WORDS RELATED TO STARGAZING

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