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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

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It should be noted though, that in demonstrating this puzzle problem-solving task, the model was gazing at, gesturing at, and manipulating physical objects.
When facing up (and gazing down upon the screen), the upper eyelid involuntarily covers the most of the upper part of the eyeball.
Gazing globes date back to 13th-century Italy, a country known for garden ornaments, and, more specifically, to Venice, a city known for glassworks.
Results in Experiment 1 showed the significant mislocalization of a target toward the gazing location (2).
The above-mentioned previous methods also used some additional equipment such as a location tracking sensor or head-mounted devices to overcome the accuracy problems caused by gazing at the small sized screens of mobile devices.
Running from 9am till 5pm throughout the Royal Welsh Show, the exhibitions will showcase a range of fun activities and services for the whole family including astronomy, solar gazing and Dark Skies, face painting, badge making, daily competitions, gardening and allotments and even mountain biking indoors - giving a real focus on Brecknockshire's Green Heart of Wales.
Thus, whilst Nazneen's acts of gazing at white characters serve to destabilize the imperial paradigm which has traditionally dominated looking-relations between the East and the West, the fact that Nazneen recurrently looks at and scrutinizes male bodies also subverts the gender paradigm which has traditionally defined looking-relations between men and women.
I began pondering the difference between gazing and gawking.
Therefore, gazing when a person has a fearful facial expression may orient and hold attention more strongly than gazing in other conditions.
Hampl tries out being both the gazing woman in Matisse's Woman Before An Aquarium and the contents of that aquarium itself: "an odalisque .
I keep gazing at women's tops in public - it makes me really excited.
Cloud Gazing is a lovely, "Disneyesque" early-intermediate piano solo.
Groups of people are standing in the street, motionless, gazing at the clouds of smoke.
To help is to think that we have actually learned about someone's story of pain by merely gazing.
The user chooses targets by gazing at the icons on the computer screen; the camera, integrated within the a goggles, tracks eye gaze movement and relays input information for processing.