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look over

verb as in front

verb as in pore

verb as in quantify

verb as in tower

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Example Sentences

I felt Neil was always Neil, and you had to look over his shoulder to see Hedwig.

Then, we would look over a place that on a September day in 1862 became hell on earth, but was now a pristine shrine to the dead.

We did look over the rental property, and I explained how we could accomplish the deed with the least resistance.

There are no smiles, and they rarely take their eyes off the witness box to look over at the defendant.

I think a better judgment would be to look over the 260,000 cables and exclude those which on their surface are dangerous.

Let us look over these points again, and make the matter still clearer and more simple.

As soon as he got back from the hunt, he went off to look over the farm to see if the hemp was growing well.

It is rude to look over the shoulder of a person who is either reading or writing, yet it is done every day.

You may open a book to look over the engravings, if you will, but do not attend to the letter-press until you are alone.

From the bench you would look over the pool and up the slope through the orchard to the house entrance.


On this page you'll find 28 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to look-over, such as: analysis, checkup, inquiry, investigation, probe, and research.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.