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agaze  adj.  
Looking intently; used of eyes.
Synonyms: staring

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"Agaze" Quotes from Famous Books

... made his way indeed, for the most part, with a certain directness, over to the north side; but once that ground was reached his behaviour was noticeably wanting in point. He moved seemingly at random from alley to alley; he stopped for no reason and remained idly agaze; he sat down in a chair and then changed to a bench; after which he walked about again, only again to repeat both the vagueness and the vivacity. Distinctly, he was a man either with nothing at all to do or with ever so much to think about; ...
— The Wings of the Dove, Volume 1 of 2 • Henry James

... is comin' here to see you?" she inquired, as they left Little Hawss wistfully agaze at them across ...
— In Old Kentucky • Edward Marshall and Charles T. Dazey

... agaze at the strangeness and wonder of her, a voice at my shoulder made me whirl in surprise. A soft, silky ...
— Valley of the Croen • Lee Tarbell

... make her see ... and we alle looked up, but saw noughte. Howbeit, she pointed up three severall times, and lay, as it were, transfigured before us, a gazing at some transporting sighte, and ever and anon turning on her sister looks of love; and, the while we stoode thus agaze, her spiritt passed away without even a thrill or a shudder. Cecy and I beganne to weepe; and, after a while, soe did Gammer; then, putting us forthe, she sayd, "Goe, children, goe; 'tis noe goode crying; and yet I'm thankfulle to ye for ...
— Harper's New Monthly Magazine, Volume 2, No. 12, May, 1851. • Various

Words linked to "Agaze" :   opened

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