English words and Examples of Usage

use "gaze" in a sentence

She averted her gaze, witnessing the world largely by looking down.

Around him, nine granddaughters play and gaze at the strange visitors.

Many walk backwards away from the holiest places, never withdrawing their gaze.

Soweto came under the world's gaze in 1976 when it erupted in student-led protests.

Sure enough, these also tended to attract the gaze of any reptiles dozing with only one eye.

Really gaze at the movie’s title: there is a reason for ‘GRAND’ to be nucleic in “Grand-ma.”

And its opening-night performances, if you could tear your gaze away from Körbes, were splendid.

The final scene between them-the final gaze-carries extraordinary weight and wields a delicious shock.

They gaze into the camera, porcelain faces strategically highlighted and contoured with makeup.

The gaze is directed nearly to the raised arm along the same diagonal.

24 statues gaze down from the roof, and another 24 from the top of the rotunda.

Peripheral vision is a part of vision that occurs outside the very center of gaze.

As we entered the shopping district Haruna's gaze darted about, just like she was a rustic from the hills, as she looked over the area.

The farmer helped the cow give birth, under the curious gaze of the children.

Orison Swett Marden once remarked that all who have accomplished great things have had a great aim, have fixed their gaze on a goal which was high, one which sometimes seemed impossible.

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