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Synonyms for stare

stare someone in the face

Synonyms

  • be obvious
  • be clear
  • be evident
  • be apparent
  • be blinding
  • be plain
  • be patent
  • be unmistakable
  • be self-evident
  • be crystal clear
  • be as plain as the nose on your face
  • be right under your nose

Synonyms for stare

to look intently and fixedly

an intent fixed look

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Synonyms for stare

a fixed look with eyes open wide

look at with fixed eyes

fixate one's eyes

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I hate it when people stare, but isn't it like running away?
Liverpool's current stated headline rent is pounds 21 per sq ft, but Mr Stares believes that, once incentives are factored in, the real figure is around pounds 18 per sq ft.
Quoting Sans Soleil in the wall text to "I Stare 1," Marker describes May '68 as "The 'utopia of uniting in a common struggle those who revolt against poverty and those who revolt against wealth'"--leaving us to wonder at the chances of such a union today.
The hypothesis that MS's success might be due to the way in which she carries out the stare and no-stare trials was assessed by correlating effect sizes from each of the sessions in which she acted as sender, with a questionnaire measure of her expectation of success and degree of focus that was completed immediately after the sending period.
SGT Carla Marghella said that when she was attached to an infantry unit at JRTC and had to deal with Soldiers' stares, there was nothing she could do.
While you will more than likely receive the same blank stares, our industry needs to show passion and continue to exclaim its virtues until someone begins to get it.
When Passion is at the shore, she sits down and stares in front of her.
Any such changes must be reported to the IRS immediately, so that a determination can be made as to stares.
For Dakota Stare University, managing application costs is an ongoing concern because costs incurred as part of its PeopleSoft implementation have to be passed through to its clients.
In each of those three countries, Renner stares, such timber sales in the 1990s were estimated at more than US$100 million per year.
found that computational fluid dynamics simulation played a key role in the design of a control valve with a throttling capacity almost 15 percent higher than conventional valves of the same size and price, according to Jim Stares, chief engineer at the company.
But I'd like to know why Peter questions their stares and their wonder.
Whenever the three of us hang out together, he stares at my chest.
But if they don't start here, right now in this Sherman Oaks preschool, they're never going to stop the stares, the fear, and the cruel laughs from people who think they're different.