gaze


1gaze

intransitive verb \ˈgāz\

: to look at someone or something in a steady way and usually for a long time

gazedgaz·ing

Full Definition of GAZE

:  to fix the eyes in a steady intent look often with eagerness or studious attention
gaz·er noun

Examples of GAZE

  1. He gazed out the window at the snow.
  2. She gazed intently into his eyes.

Origin of GAZE

Middle English
First Known Use: 14th century

2gaze

noun

: a long and steady look

Full Definition of GAZE

:  a fixed intent look

Examples of GAZE

  1. She looked at him with a calm, steady gaze.
  2. <suddenly aware of her admiring gaze, he became self-conscious and uncomfortable>

First Known Use of GAZE

1566

Related to GAZE

Synonyms
aspect [archaic], eye, gape, regard, scrutiny, stare

gaze

intransitive verb \ˈgāz\   (Medical Dictionary)
gazedgaz·ing

Medical Definition of GAZE

: to fix the eyes in a steady and intent look
gaze noun

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