verb (used without object), star·gazed, star·gaz·ing.
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Origin of stargaze
Example sentences from the Web for stargaze
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."