look-see

[ loo k-see ]SEE DEFINITION OF look-see

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Im going back to the office to have a look-see at the books and files.

After you went to bed that night, I drove up here to have a look-see.

Look-see, Chelakee braves make haste for load horses down yonder now!

The next morning we turned out early, and got our first real “look-see.”

Do you think I have forgotten the day we were out having a look-see, five of us, and spotted five Albatrosses below?

His need was to establish himself as a moderately square tourist on his way to take a look-see at highly publicized Russia.

The pilot licked dry lips and wondered what would happen if he swung down there and just walked in for a look-see.

That swift opening run through the outer portal of Hell Gate offered about the only chance I had for a “look-see.”

That was a snap judgment, formed after the briefest kind of a “look-see,” and it may well be that I was over optimistic.

When you carry weapons like that for protection never put it in your pocket without a look-see.

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