look for a long time with wide-open eyes
an act or way of staring; long steady look
"The students stared at the teacher with amazement"
"The ancestor in the painting is staring down menacingly"
Why stand you In this strange stare?
出自：Tempest , Shakespeare
They stared at him stonily.
出自： J. Wain
He stared down the length of the train.
出自： O. Manning
He stared aghast at the message.
出自： Day Lewis
The man sitting..staring out of the window.
出自： L. Hellman
The..window..staring down-river like a huge handless clockface.
Boys gather by the coffee-bar to stare at the passing girls.
When the country boy visited the big city for the first time, all he could do was to stare at the tall buildings in wonder.
Do you like being stared at?
Stop trying to stare me out.
The two children were having a competition to see who could stare the other out.
He stares out of the sea.