They gazed out one window to see Hickam field being strafed and another window to see Pearl Harbor being bombed.
From a window in a room on the ground floor, we gazed out at the courtyard to Block 11, standing on a table in the room.
"This turned out to be a perfect place," Gordon said as she gazed through a long bank of windows toward the green slopes below.
Melanie pushed the tissue paper aside and gazed adoringly at the Dior bag she had splurged on for her 37th birthday.
The man had gazed straight at him and placed a black backpack at his feet and walked off.
Hawk Eye climbed down the rock and gazed silently at the huge body.
The man paused a moment as he gazed into the girl's beautiful face.
Thus assured, the whole of the party stood still and gazed upward.
The two halted for a moment at the doorway of the hut and gazed out.
But Antonio gazed all the more intently at him, saying, "Be still, be still!"
The act of looking steadily in one direction for a period of time.