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Synonyms for gaze

stare

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to look intently and fixedly

an intent fixed look

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a long fixed look

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look at with fixed eyes

References in classic literature ?
Ben Weatherstaff passed his hand over his forehead again and gazed as if he could never gaze enough.
It was probably the effect of the western sunshine, melting through the thinly diffused vapors that had swept between him and the object that he gazed at.
His eyes glistening with tears, he gazed reverentially at the venerable man, and said within himself that never was there an aspect so worthy of a prophet and a sage as that mild, sweet, thoughtful countenance, with the glory of white hair diffused about it.
And as he gazed upon the yellow lure, and panted for air, and wiped the sweat away, his quick vision leaped and set to work.
And, as he drank in the air, he gazed with all his eyes at the clouds and sky and valley, as if he were drinking in that, too, along with the air.
He twisted his arm, rolled the biceps over with his other hand, and gazed underneath where he was least touched by the sun.
She did not stir, but thrusting her nose into the ground, she simply gazed at her master with her speaking eyes.
She insisted on taking her turns at walking, and when he breathed the panting mares on the steep, and Saxon stood by their heads caressing them and cheering them, Billy's joy was too deep for any turn of speech as he gazed at his beautiful horses and his glowing girl, trim and colorful in her golden brown corduroy, the brown corduroy calves swelling sweetly under the abbreviated slim skirt.
He extracted Claire's photograph from his suit-case and gazed solemnly upon it.
From the hat the eyes of the robust anarchist wandered to the displaced table, gazed at the broken dish for a time, received a kind of optical shock from observing a white gleam under the imperfectly closed eyelids of the man on the couch.