The two bent their steps to the shore, and looked out to sea.
How different was the sight from what she saw when she looked out in Addison square!
I went to the settin'-room door an' looked out, an'—I dunno how 'twas—it all come to me.
He went to the window beside Marcolina and looked out into the garden.
He softly opened his window, and looked out upon the serene river.
And he looked out of the window with a thoughtful noncommitting face.
Cornish gave a little nod of the head, and looked out of the window.
My father hesitated, looked out at the sky, and hesitated still.
He looked out again, and then drew in his head very suddenly.
And then toward the end of a winter's day we looked out of our window and saw her "sail."