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stare
ster/
verb
verb: stare; 3rd person present: stares; past tense: stared; past participle: stared; gerund or present participle: staring
  1. 1.
    look fixedly or vacantly at someone or something with one’s eyes wide open.
    “he stared at her in amazement”
    synonyms: gaze, gape, goggle, glare, ogle, peer;

    informalgawk, rubberneck
    “she is staring out the window”
    • (of a person’s eyes) be wide open, with a fixed or vacant expression.
      “her gray eyes stared back at him”
    • (of a thing) be unpleasantly prominent or striking.
      “the obituaries stared out at us”
noun
noun: stare; plural noun: stares
  1. 1.
    a long fixed or vacant look.
    “she gave him a cold stare”

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Miserable weather and I love it.

mood·y
ˈmo͞odē/
adjective
(of a person) given to unpredictable changes of mood, especially sudden bouts of gloominess or sullenness.
“she met his moody adolescent boyfriend”

chill·y
ˈCHilē/
adjective
uncomfortably cool or cold.
“it had turned chilly”







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