She herself [the female head of the group of strangers the unnamed girl who narrates the story suffers to intrude upon her introspection in a city park] stared fixedly
at his slow, undehberate movements, and held her body perfectly still.
fix*ed*ly \'fik-s[schwa]d-l[macron over e]\ adverb <She was staring fixedly
My plan was to discipline myself to gaze fixedly
at the car in front until it had gone and only then to allow myself to look to the right.
into the space around two meters past the end of his sax, Marsalis continues his aural stroll through the register and up and down the scales.
Thomas Andrews, the Titanic's designer and a hero of the tragedy, was last seen staring fixedly
at the painting, awaiting his fate.
Even as an outsider Coltman spotted a matter discussed by Aplin, the strain imposed upon Tennyson's daughters-in-law when they entered a household so fixedly
centered on the parents.
I could sense that white rabbit hopping wildly around our corridors staring fixedly
at his watch.
Gates's fingers, racing at NASCAR speed, played over the scroll wheel and pushed every button combination while his eyes stared fixedly
at the screen.
What this satirical enumeration underlies is that New York, the unquestionable metropolis for all the desirous colonized, is but an imaginary space of possession that no one subject can fixedly
Any form of genocide that is reduced to a minor event stares at us fixedly
and threatens even more societies that are multi-trans-cultural.
The cat will hunch over its litter box, stare fixedly
ahead, its abdomen pulsating, its legs and hindquarters quivering as it strains to pass the impacted stool.
When I stepped out [of the gondola], I saw a crowd staring fixedly
at two silhouettes as they linked turns down a face that looked, in spite of what I was seeing, completely unrideable," future event founder Nicolas Hale-Woods recalls.