look up

[ loo k-uhp ]SEE DEFINITION OF look up

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He did not at first look up, but kept on with his employment.

He reined the pinto under the trees to look up at that tall, black mass.

The girl, who had halted when the officer halted, as a matter of course, did not look up.

Even now, Burke did not look up, and his pen continued to hurry over the paper.

He was tying a most complicated knot, and could not look up.

You know its history, too—or can, if you will take the trouble to look up its record.

Mrs. Morton did look up vaguely into his face, and strove to smile.

He's down in Washington now—left this afternoon to look up the patents.

He did not look up, but, as his caller moved, inquired amiably: "Well?"

In reply he received a monosyllabic affirmative; Kirkwood did not look up.

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