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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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The title stared at me from the shelf today, so I pulled it down and saw a bunch of Post-Its flagging several pages.
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The lemkin stared at the massive amount of stone that had diverted the stream.
Davin stared at her and anger rose up on his face as his eyes narrowed.
You're What?: Chapter Nine amberfocus 2008
As the ship lifted off from the surface of Mars, the captain stared at the dry, barren landscape through the view port.
Kevin stared upward at the â€œArrivals/Departuresâ€ sign in the main concourse of the Europa Delta Interplanetary Spaceport.
The owner of the name stared at his lieutenant in astonishment, but slowly the fascination o the idea sank in.
Ridgway of Montana (Story of To-Day, in Which the Hero Is Also the Villain) William MacLeod Raine 1912
No matter, however, whether he had taken them or not, a fifteen or twenty years 'term stared him in the face.
He was a tall, gaunt old man, and Robin stared at him for some minutes, wondering where he could have seen somebody very like him.
As she stooped and picked it up his name stared at her, and the soft folds gave out the powerful breath of bergamot, of which he was particularly fond.
Macaria; or, Altars of Sacrifice Augusta Jane 1864
Asked by ABC News’ Charlie Gibson whether she supported the Bush Doctrine, Palin stared blankly for a moment before turning the question back on Gibson.