Thesaurus / look back

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"My case is rather an ugly one to look back upon, truly," Charter granted.

As he turned into the avenue himself, Miss Merry, who was far ahead, happened to look back.

Even the more than regard with which my soul prompted me to look back to Amy Willoughby was a pain to me.

A Bicycle of CathayFrank R. Stockton

To one experience of my tour as a lecturer I shall always be able to look back with satisfaction.

From my pit I could look back and see the cupola of the Seminary--could see through the cupola from one window to the other.

Who Goes There?Blackwood Ketcham Benson

After this brief survey, if we look back over the road we have come, we observe the following general facts.

But the dreadful gun didn't bang, and after a little, when she felt she was safe, she turned to look back over her shoulder.

Old Granny FoxThornton W. Burgess

It is a very useful practice for nations to pause occasionally, and look back upon their own history.

We may look back on old orders of things with admiration; even with a touch of pardonable, though sentimental, regret.

Westminster SermonsCharles Kingsley

He didn't pause to look back at the pile of dirt he had thrown behind him.

The Tale of Benny BadgerArthur Scott Bailey

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