Among the crowd of gazers below, who daily turned their eyes and their thoughts toward the angel, was a mujik called Telouchkine.
Doors, windows, balconies, and roofs were thronged with gazers.
Wheels of endless variety, and devices of rare skill, excited the admiration, and demanded the applause of the gazers.
The gazers were a little puzzled by the appearance of the new family.
The game now went on with redoubled vigor and glee, and the gazers without could see all the faces of the circle distinctly.
Then followed such a feat of arms as struck the gazers dumb.
His head was slightly raised, and, as the yacht luffed up gently to the breeze, his profile was turned to the gazers on shore.
They were viewed by the gazers with very different feelings.
What a crowd in the streets; how the light crimsons over the gazers, hundreds on hundreds!
The crowd was immense, and the tops of all the houses were covered with gazers.
The act of looking steadily in one direction for a period of time.