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Definitions of look:

part of speech: verb transitive

To show by an expression of face; as, he looked his contempt; turn the eyes upon; as, he looked the boy up and down; to influence by looking; as, to look down opposition.

part of speech: interjection

See.

part of speech: verb transitive

To express by a look: to influence by looks- LOOK AFTER, to attend to or take care of: ( B.) to - expect.

part of speech: noun

The act of looking; appearance; expression of face.

part of speech: noun

Imp. or int. see: behold.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To direct the eye to anything, in order to view it; direct the mind or attention; as, to look into a matter; front or face; as, my windows look out on a beautiful garden; watch; as, to look for news; appear; as, she looks happy; to depend or turn; as, citizens look to the state for protection.

part of speech: verb

To direct the eye to or from anything; to consider; to apply the mind or understanding; to examine; to have any particular appearance; to have any air or manner; to face or front- usually followed by on, at, for, after, towards.

part of speech: noun

The act of looking or seeing: sight: air of the face: appearance.

part of speech: noun

The act of looking; air of the face; sight; glance; appearance; view; int. see; behold.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To turn the eye toward so as to see: to direct the attention to: to watch: to seem: to face, as a house: ( B.) to expect.

Usage examples for look:

  • Well, why don't you look it? "Ship's Company, The Entire Collection", W.W. Jacobs
  • Would you like to look on? "The Memoires of Casanova, Complete The Rare Unabridged London Edition Of 1894, plus An Unpublished Chapter of History, By Arthur Symons", Jacques Casanova de Seingalt
  • Man, 'e tekky to'ch, 'e look in ya'd. "Nights With Uncle Remus", Joel Chandler Harris
  • Let's look for one here." "Six Little Bunkers at Grandpa Ford's", Laura Lee Hope
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