He paused an instant longer to stare out into the darkness, then descended quickly.
And now it was the wife's turn to stare out at the sea and think of Arethusa.
We stare out into the night, but can see nothing, for it is pitch-dark.
Well, it will soon be dark, and then I can stare out at the stars.
The eyes are of white, and so strongly leaded that they seem to stare out of the picture.
It hurt to keep his eyes open, but he wanted to stare out of the window.
He turned to stare out of his open window at the sunlit sea.
They stare and stare out of the darkness—and into the darkness.
Then he saw his mistress, who hadn't been out of bed for nine weeks, hobble forward and stare out of her bedroom window.
It made her blood creep, she said, to stare out into all that solemn water.