Origin of stargaze
How to use stargaze in a sentence
You’ll spend most of your time outside, stargazing from beside the fire pit or soaking in the world’s dreamiest hot tub.
The tough terrain has become a popular hiking destination, known for its stark beauty and breathtaking stargazing.Now That Everest Is Closed, Check Out These Other Extreme Adventures|Nina Strochlic|May 8, 2014|DAILY BEAST
His passion for ‘stargazing’ has often been commented upon by readers of his poetry.Theodore Watts-Dunton|James Douglas
And after that they don't go in for much stargazing, nor do they care a fig for the world and all its thousand troubles.Eyes Like the Sea|Mr Jkai
I remember leaning down and trying to pull him out of his cramped position, and then came an eternity of stargazing.Night Bombing with the Bedouins|Robert Henry Reece
Again they would look familiar and remind us of stargazing at home.Steep Trails|John Muir
He chose the law as his profession; but in 1816 reported that, under his father's direction, he was going "to take up stargazing."