One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Gaze at with pleasure.
observe, view, look at, eye, gaze at, stare at, gape at, peer atView synonyms
- ‘This event is being shared by over 40 countries and here in Sligo the line up is one to feast your eyes on.’
- ‘We found ourselves running round the museum as closing time approached, trying to feast our eyes on as many of the archaeological treasurers as possible, devouring every ancient tale and fable.’
- ‘So you enter the exhibition through a scrap metal maze and exit via a talking house - and in between, you can feast your eyes on all the fantastic art that can be made out of metal, paper and plastic.’
- ‘We sat in the second half of the restaurant munching on warm bread and butter while we feasted our eyes on the menu.’
- ‘There was almost a riot outside the emperor's throne in the Forbidden City: none of the elderly Chinese tourists wanted to miss the chance of feasting their eyes on that lavish golden sight.’
- ‘Marie helped me up, and we feasted our eyes on how big it was.’
- ‘There is a tea room for drinks and snacks and you can even feast your eyes on some of the displays set out there too.’
- ‘There was so much to feast the eyes, and stomach, on.’
- ‘Those gathered for the event feasted their eyes on the works of art produced by these children displayed at the pizzeria.’
- ‘As we travelled through the country on good highways to the Baltic Sea we feasted our eyes on rich farmland and well kept farm homes.’
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