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View definitions for look upon

look upon

verb as in count

verb as in regard

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Today, conservatives look upon liberals given in to hate and bitterly laugh.

“We look upon this poor Hagia Sophia today,” he said during a speech near the building last month.

Simultaneously self-obsessed and self-assured, they think they know everything and look upon their elders with disdain.

The memorial bones are Tutsi bones, yet those who look upon them are summoned to face the future as one nation.

I have very little doubt that history will look upon his criticisms of today's GOP in a favorable light.

The member banks should look upon the reserve bank not as an alien but as their own institution.

"Well, my dear, if you look upon it in that light there is no more to be said," acquiesced the husband.

The pupil should look upon my formulas as models merely, and make his own whenever possible.

What suggestions it brings to us as we look upon a paintin' of a wreath of flowers, or fruit, or a handsome lady!

You see, sir, we did not look upon him as a common sheriff's man: and he helped himself pretty freely.

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On this page you'll find 491 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to look upon, such as: analyze, believe, deem, feel, hold, and respect.

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

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