look

[ loo k ]SEE DEFINITION OF look

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She's one of the build that aren't so big as they look, nor yet so small as they look.

One need not look so high as the old-fashioned stuccoed ceiling.

Look at him now over there, the way he goes around butting into strangers.

You began to look bad as soon as you left off your breakfast.

"He will look for me, and seem bewildered, as if something were lost," replied Philothea.

Look out you don't get mixed up in it yourself, that's all I ask.

Say, honestly, I didn't know my own name till I had a chanst to look me over.

We are like men in a subterranean cave, so chained that they can look only forward to the entrance.

He wears the look of one who is gnawed with envy, and he heaves the sigh of despair.

Why, of course not, Uncle Peter; only I had to look around some at first,—for a year or so.

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