She turned her back on him, and gazed out over the great city.
He gazed out the window again at his little girl.
He gazed out at the field for a long time.
She turned her back on him and gazed out the window.
For a time she just gazed out at the night.
She turned and gazed out the window at the park.
Instead, she was gazing out the dark window toward nothing at all.
She moved away, gazing out the window, so he could not see her face.
He saw the man standing by the window, gazing out on the water.
She sat for a moment, gazing out over the cold Sound.
He gazed at me, only half his mind on the matter.
At last, reason left me as I gazed on them.
Like everybody else these few were gazing on the President.
No man who has gazed on it in person could ever long to experience the real thing.
In a clear dream I gazed on my friend, indeed!
He gazed at the huge white cast on his left hand.
She gazed into his eyes, a soft smile on her face.
She turned her head away from the window and gazed on the sisters.
He tried to present the picture of a man simply gazing on the sunset.
I had gazed on him with awe; he seemed from another world.