Thesaurus / look down

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A sculpture-hall, on which you can look down from a balustrade in a room overhead, as if into a Pompeiian court.

Did you stay there and let him look down into my lens-house?

The Great Stone of SardisFrank R. Stockton

Two teachers sat in one of the front pews, so that they could look down into the church.

The Soul of a ChildEdwin Bjorkman

Then I happened to look down into the cañon that lay east of us and saw smoke.

Letters of a Woman HomesteaderElinore Pruitt Stewart

Just look down Fleet-street—the stoppage extends to Ludgate-hill.

After a good drink we walk to the brink of the caon, and look down to the water below.

Fred thinking how Alex must look down on fingers which possessed any tenderness; Alex provoked at once and pained.

Henrietta's WishCharlotte M. Yonge

They could not see the valley, neither could they be seen thence; but by walking half a mile they could look down into it.

Desert ConquestA. M. Chisholm

Why, I am so conceited at the fact that you are going to marry me that I look down on every one else.

Red PottageMary Cholmondeley

He wanted only to look down on the path taken by the scout and which, by all reason, should be the path of the warriors.

Hi Jolly!James Arthur Kjelgaard
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