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Synonyms for gaze

stare

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Synonyms for gaze

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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Gaze commands could also be sent over the internet to control the arm remotely, allowing immobile patients to perform tasks from their beds.
These gazes can be found in photographic, filmic or televisual texts, or in figurative graphic art.
This may help "prevailing media gazes move beyond an 'us versus them' framework" (264) and move toward "living together" with diversities and difference (249).
The Media Gaze effectively shatters the assumption that Canada, in all its political correctness, is a cultural mosaic free of discrimination and prejudice.
For Kaplan, the imperial gaze and the male gaze cannot be separated, not only because both are objectifying gazes, but also because the imperial gaze has often been a male gaze.
We will have peace and prosperity only if we learn to gaze rather than gawk at one another.
Our results indicate that effective attention orienting can result from a dynamically presented fearful gaze, this makes sense when considered in the context of the adaptive functions of emotionally expressive gazes and anxiety.
As Jesus gazes deeply, lovingly, into each one of us he offers not only the diagnosis but also the gift of eternal life.
Amazingly, the very profile of Pemigewasset became immortalized within the cliff, and his visage gazes out to this day.
Using the direction of others' gazes to determine what they can or can't see is a basic component of social reasoning in monkeys that, until now, has eluded researchers, contend Yale University researchers Jonathan I.
Granted, the religious donors and house-proud burghers depicted by Funk's Flemish masters expected to receive greedy gazes, too.
1) It is a refutation that must bring with it a principled dearticulation or deconstruction of the premises--and the privilege and power--of the masculinist gaze, accompanied by strategies to promote alternative gazes, one that is specifically feminist or lesbian or, if possible, masculine in a nonpatriarchal way.
Certainly, the commiseration between Bub and Hedges might seem more politically significant if they united their gazes against a white oppressor, rather than a cohort of young, black boys.
Indeed, the exchange of gazes helps to create, reflect, destabilize, and reconstitute this relationship.
from Sidney through Keats and Shelley to Dante Gabriel Rossetti, the poet writes as a male 'seer' who gazes upon [the] beloved .