Beholding [verb]

Definition of Beholding:

regard; look at

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Sentence/Example of Beholding:

Snow in the District typically draws crowds to Capitol Hill, widely beheld as one of the best places in the city for sledding.

In June 2019, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi described the Hong Kong demonstrations as “a beautiful sight to behold.”

Arabella, who was sitting at work, rose on beholding a stranger—a little confused—but by no means ungracefully so.

Beholding Mrs. Pontellier make her appearance, the girl had at once suspected a lovers' rendezvous.

One weakness Ida could not overcome; the repugnance to beholding herself in her mourning garments.

Can I be as gay as you, after losing the late king, and now beholding my son's kingdom about to burst into flames?

He had worked across from the left column, and we were soon beholding his bright jacket in a tangle of logs and stumps.

Yet the two men in the waiting-room, beholding, turned away, and Sam O'Neill bit a groan through in the middle.

So affecting was the scene, that even the Dutch strangers beholding were moved to tears.

He started on beholding me, and, with a well-counterfeited surprise, asked the reason of my being up at such an unseasonable hour?