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stargaze

[stahr-geyz] /ˈstɑrˌgeɪz/
verb (used without object), stargazed, stargazing.
1.
to gaze at or observe the stars.
2.
to daydream.
Origin
1620-1630
1620-30; back formation from stargazer
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Examples from the web for stargaze
  • 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.
British Dictionary definitions for stargaze

stargaze

/ˈstɑːˌɡeɪz/
verb (intransitive)
1.
to observe the stars
2.
to daydream
Derived Forms
stargazer, noun
stargazing, noun, adjective
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