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stare

(stār),
1. To look intently or fixedly.
2. An intent gaze.
[A.S. starian]

stare

(stār) [AS. starian]
To gaze fixedly at anyone or anything.
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In addition, results from the condition in which MS acted as both greeter and sender failed to yield any significant evidence of a remote staring effect and thus did not replicate our previous findings.
He just sat there, staring out of the window, and watching the dark blur of the landscape as it swept past.
It ruled that Birschtein did not show that the staring constituted actionable harassment or that Bonilla's behavior was "severe or pervasive" harassment based on sex.
A series of studies is reported here that examined the potential existence of electrocortical correlates of remote staring detection, and the potential association of such correlates with more conventional forms of eye or face perception.
Lyn regales Bob with tall tales of his escapades, including how he once killed a goat by staring down the cloven-hoofed beast.
I challenge you all to a staring competition." The actress then proceeds to stare into the camera, without blinking for 1 minute, and 32 seconds.
Tilt the mirror away from paths with a view or you may find yourself staring eerily back from the end of the garden.
It is one thing to follow a dark and mazy corridor into a white room where rotating fly agaric mushrooms dangle from the ceiling; it is another to enter the space with a gruff guard staring you down.
Next thing I knew, everybody was staring and laughing.
"To Heaven," I say, while Chu-Chu is staring out of the window at the speckled sky.
All in all, an entertaining and supple being he had rather liked finding on his picnic table, staring balefully at the splenetic squirrels.
In Expt 1, 12 participants responded to 12 sequences (with feedback in the last nine) of 20 trials each, with staring or non-staring episodes based on Sheldrake's random number sequences.