look upon

[ loo k ]SEE DEFINITION OF look upon

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LOOK UPON

Whether I will be permitted again to look upon your dear faces, I also am ignorant.

It was proposed to send for me down: but my father said, he could not bear to look upon me.

Can I not see by your brightened eye how you would love to look upon these things?

And I have seen them with my own eyes, these very eyes which look upon you.

"Ach, no," said he humbly; for he could not look upon my face and hold his anger.

Miss Bartlett was pleased to look upon this incident as funny.

Indeed I had been frightened; yet why should not the world demand to look upon me?

He does not look upon it as a sin, as carrying any dishonor; he may be cheated, but he cheats no man.

The scene was so shameful that I could scarce bear to look upon it.

Could she ever look upon Samuel without recollecting he was "asked of God?"

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