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use "stare" in a sentence

Her stare is relentless as if to ask, what does the future hold?"""

They will climb into a tree and stare out over hostile territory for hours.

By Adam Pearson Guest blogger People stare at Adam Pearson wherever he goes.

Instead of the thousand-yard stare, he regularly made eye-contact with fans.

In the evenings, he and Glass would go to La Coupole and stare at Giacometti.

We definitely gave him a crazy stare, like that's our boy you're talking about."

After making the shot, the Celtics point guard gave a long stare at the Kings bench.

As she wears a simple tobe, one can almost see the emotions behind her leonine stare.

The two Minecraft Junkies to my left both stare at me with a unified look of smugness.

He says Republicans must be willing to stare down the president and shake up the government.

If I saw a pretty woman's breasts exposed I'd stare, because I'm a man, commented one Weibo user.

But is it healthy for children to stare at virtual reality screens two inches from their eyeballs?

I wanted to get down where I could make a difference, look evil in the eye and stare it down, he said.

Chor teaches him that if he doesn't want to be stared at, stare back at the person.

When giving a presentation, shut the curtains in the room so that people in the audience don't stare out the windows.

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