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  • verbexamine visually
  • verbappear, seem to be
  • verbexpect, anticipate
  • verbface

synonyms for looked

  • consider
  • glance
  • notice
  • peer
  • read
  • see
  • stare
  • study
  • view
  • watch
  • admire
  • attend
  • behold
  • beware
  • contemplate
  • eye
  • flash
  • focus
  • gape
  • gawk
  • gaze
  • glower
  • goggle
  • heed
  • inspect
  • mark
  • mind
  • note
  • observe
  • ogle
  • peep
  • regard
  • rubberneck
  • scan
  • scout
  • scrutinize
  • spot
  • spy
  • survey
  • tend
  • feast one's eyes
  • get a load of
  • pore over
  • take a gander
  • take in the sights
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antonyms for looked

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  • forget
  • ignore
  • neglect
  • overlook
  • disregard
  • look away
  • scorn
  • avoid
  • dodge
  • miss
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Readers also hoping for the promised insight into Glenn’s personality and a look at who he was behind the public image are unlikely to find it in this book.
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Nine bucks gets you a faintly sweet pineapple milk bun that’s named for its look but is free of fruit and sized for two to share.
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The branding genius of K-pop band BTSLike other boy bands, BTS has the looks, the pipes and the style, but it was the group’s message that changed Murdock’s mind.
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That look lasted for just one season because the NFL instituted a rule restricting teams to just one helmet shell per season.
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Let’s take a closer look as we consider the differences between news and opinion as well as the role of an editorial board at a standards-based news organization.
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The look of absolute frustration and dejection was all I needed.
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“The Office of Historical Corrections,” by Danielle EvansThis second collection from the author of “Before You Suffocate Your Own Fool Self” takes a wry look at the many forms racism takes in modern America.
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That may come from a friendship story, a head-on look at racism or even a picture book about eating lunch.
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