To look steadily, intently, and with fixed attention.(verb-intransitive)
A steady, fixed look.(noun)
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Use "gaze" in a sentence
""We have Obama particularly looking down a lot ... and now looking down - what I call gaze aversion - is a new measure that has to go along with blink frequency," he said."
"I asked, transferring my gaze from the somber shutters ... to the window with the bright stickers and colorful mamie leaning out."
"His wife lifted her gaze from the pots and pans, and followed his in a keen scrutiny of the river."