Agaze



staring intently; gazing:
The children were agaze at the Christmas tree.
Historical Examples

The little maid sat long in the deep window, agaze on the street.
Long Will Florence Converse

As I stood there agaze at the strangeness and wonder of her, a voice at my shoulder made me whirl in surprise.
Valley of the Croen Lee Tarbell

As the harbour was entered all eyes were agaze at this first contact with the civilisation of the Old World.
The 28th: A Record of War Service in the Australian Imperial Force, 1915-19, Vol. I Herbert Brayley Collett

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