Gazed in a sentence

The word "gazed" in a example sentences. Learn the definition of gazed and how to use it in a sentence.

This website focus on english words and example sentences, so everyone can learn how to use them. Easily browse through english vocabulary, listen the sentences or copy them.

How to use gazed in a sentence. Gazed pronunciation.

Through her veil she gazed at Nahoum with a cramping pain at her heart, for he seemed ever on the verge of the truth she dreaded; and when he spoke the truth, as though unconsciously, she felt she must cry out and rush from the room.
play
copy
Perfectly refreshed, and with renewed resolve to bear the worst with patience, he returned to the plateau, and from the edge of the precipice he gazed down into the desert gorge that stretched away far below his feet, and in whose deepest and remotest hollow the palmgroves and tamarisk-thickets of the oasis showed as a sharply defined mass of green, like a luxuriant wreath flung upon a bier.
play
copy
In this half-somnolent state he obtained not one moment of inward collectedness, of quiet reflection; not even when he gazed up at the starry heavens, or looked down on the oasis, veiled in night, where many others like himself were deserted by sleep.
play
copy
Beatrice gazed at them defiantly.
play
copy
He kept his position, and gazed at her.
play
copy
Nancy rose obediently, gazed at him with dreaming eyes, and suffered herself to be led away by the arm.
play
copy
In fact'-he gazed at her with a cynical smile- 'my knowledge of human nature disposes me to assure you that she certainly will.
play
copy
Nancy gazed at him, but did not hear.
play
copy
In shaking hands, she regarded the radiant Samuel with a dreamy interest; and when he had left her, she still gazed for a few moments at the door.
play
copy
In the dark street, a fortnight ago, Tarrant could hardly be said to have seen her; he gazed in wonder and admiration.
play
copy
Still she gazed through the glasses, and only turned away when the vehicle drove on.
play
copy
She gazed at him; he answered the look with lowering challenge.
play
copy
She propped her chin on her hand, and gazed at the fire.
play
copy
He gazed with absent eye on the tints with which the setting sun purpled the glades of the wood, while his father paced the terrace with long strides-smiling as he passed him and hastily brushing away a tear as he turned his back.
play
copy
The Marquise and Camors instantly rose to their feet, and standing side by side, motionless, gazed upon him.
play
copy
After they had gazed in silence a moment into the depths of the marl-pit, Camors called his wife's attention to the unique construction.
play
copy
Camors hid himself behind the shutters, which were half closed, and gazed eagerly into the chamber.
play
copy
The Islanders, whose experience of navigation extended only to a slight paddling in their lagoon, in the half of a hollow trunk of a tree, for the purpose of fishing, mistook the tight little frigate for a great fish; and being now aware of the cause of this disturbance, and at the same time feeling confident that the monster could never make way through the shallow waters to the island, they recovered their courage, and gazed upon the labouring leviathan with the same interested nonchalance with which students at a modern lecture observe an expounding philosopher.
play
copy
Although his apprehension of being drowned was now removed, yet when he gazed on the boundless vacancy before him, and also observed that his provisions rapidly decreased, he began to fear that he was destined for a still more horrible fate, and that, after having eaten his own slices, he must submit to be starved.
play
copy
As he gazed upon her ladyship's brilliant eyes and radiant complexion, he felt convinced of the truth of her theory of the passions; he could not refrain from pressing her hand in a manner which violated etiquette, and which a nativity in the Indian Ocean could alone excuse; the pressure was graciously returned.
play
copy

Examples of Gazed

Example #1
He recalled to her the scene in the little tapestried room as vividly as though it was there before her eyes, and it had for the moment all the effect of a hideous nightmare.
Example #2
After the first exclamation of horror, Hylda had sat rigid, listening as though under a spell.
Example #3
The whitewashed roofs of the little town of Pharan shone brightly among the branches and clumps of verdure, and above them all rose the new church, which he was now forbidden to enter.
Example #4
Between it and the main mass of the mountain rose numerous single peaks, like a camp of granite tents, or a wildly tossing sea suddenly turned to stone; behind these blocks ran the streamlet, which he found after a short search.
Example #5
Not one prayer could he bring to its due conclusion, for either his eyes closed before he came to the "Amen," or else worldly images crowded round him, and forced him to begin his devotions again from the beginning, when he had succeeded in recollecting himself.
Example #6
He strove to banish sleep by constant prayer, but fatigue frequently overcame him, and he could not help thinking of the Gaulish lady, and of the many things, which if only he were still the rich Menander, he would procure in Alexandria for her and for her comfort.