stargaze

[stahr-geyz]
verb (used without object), stargazed, stargazing.
1.
to gaze at or observe the stars.
2.
to daydream.

Origin:
1620–30; back formation from stargazer

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stargaze (ˈstɑːˌɡeɪz)
 
vb
1.  to observe the stars
2.  to daydream
 
'stargazer
 
n
 
'stargazing
 
n, —adj

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Example sentences
Especially if you're an astronomy enthusiast who lives in a city, you'll appreciate the ability to stargaze online.
Even if you don't stargaze, you have probably seen it looking up during the winter nights.
The high elevation, clean air and minimal light pollution make excellent conditions to stargaze.
Hike, bike, stargaze or slide down the dunes in a sled.
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