[ stahr-gey-zer ]
/ ˈstɑrˌgeɪ zər /
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a person who stargazes, as an astronomer or astrologer.
an impractical idealist.
any of several marine fishes of the family Uranoscopidae, having the eyes at the top of the head.
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How to use stargazer in a sentence
After supper, the dancers all went back to their boats, and this time the Star Gazer entered that of the eldest Princess.
They sent for the Star Gazer, and asked him how he had contrived to learn their secret; but still he remained silent.
"The transit of Venus, Rittenhouse," for it was that observation which had given this star-gazer fame and recognition abroad.The Red City|S. Weir Mitchell
Mary's standards were those of the dreamer and the star gazer.Contrary Mary|Temple Bailey
My practical new daughter growing a star-gazer, like the foolish old man?The Sun Maid|Evelyn Raymond