Prepositions after "stare"

stare at, into, in, from or of?

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In 83% of cases stare at is used

Then they stared at each other.

Do not ogle or stare at the food.

I stared at the knives uneasily.

Faramir stared at the ceiling, absolutely mortified, as he fought to catch his breath.

Chips with mayo Amsterdam, 1997, staring at a plate of chips smothered in mayonnaise.

Chaundy meanwhile - wearing a black suit, blue shirt and blue tie - stared at the floor.

Blogging can seem like a daunting task when staring at a blank page, but it's surprisingly easy to get the hang of.

If you didn't and you're staring at 15 pounds of frozen gobbler, don't plop it in a sink full of hot water to thaw.

I imagined I could fly and one of my glorious childhood pastimes was to stare at the sky and feel the wind in my hair.

I was distracted the other day in a lecture when I was sure I could see someone in the corner of my eye staring at me.

In 6% of cases stare into is used

Its almost 4pm and she's still here, staring into my face.

Lucy just stared into the flames, as if fascinated by something she saw there.

People with lots of money never have to stare into the inky-black abyss for very long.

He has shown that the simple act of staring into each other's eyes has a powerful impact.

The two strangers were then made to stare into each others eyes without talking for four minutes.

However at least he was talking then, now Radar was just sat rocking on his bed staring into space.

Then put your face a couple of inches from hers and just stare into her eyes, gazing around her hair and face for about 10 seconds.

The parallax expanded my depth perception by a thousand times, The person stands wearing the phone glasses assembly, staring into the sky.

To some, such as Tolstoy staring into the abyss as he contemplated a life without belief in God, accepting that there is no plan is intolerable.

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In 4% of cases stare in is used

Bennett stared in a frozen sort of way at the hand.

Helen and Mrs Jarvis stared in shock at his actions.

The power vanishes from the room, and the people stare in stunned silence.

The young Sallust, who was thought the best-natured man in Pompeii, stared in surprise.

They started off well by answering how many episodes Colin Baker had stared in Doctor Who.

The joy of the early 1970? s returned as the little kids stared in awe at the giant tree covered with ornaments.

And that's dangerous, because when the red light turns green, it's time to stop staring in the rear-view mirror of life.

When the genuine original is staring in your face why go for me-tooism! There was also a sense of tiredness overtaking America.

I found myself staring in wide-eyed wonder, trying to take it in and figure out what it was that the Ugandans had that we seem to have lost.

We witnessed amazing comebacks; stared in wonder at the sheer skill on display; and stirred up a wall of congratulatory noise time and time again.

In 1% of cases stare from is used

Having a week of semester break staring from the next week.

I stared from Pantnagar and first stay was Delhi, met quite a few old friends at IARI, NFL, TATA Chemicals etc.

After all, does not all knowledge belong to God? Imagine rowing a boat down the stream staring from its beginning.

In 1% of cases stare out is used

I stared out of the window into the darkness.

Inside, staring out of the window, was Peter Mandelson.

If they are staring out of the window, put them in Strategic Planning.

I almost reached Mumbai you know! When the scenery is that good, staring out of the window is good fun too.

In 1% of cases stare with is used

Radar had been stood staring with an utterly distraught look on his face.

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