looker[ loo k-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF looker
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It is said that all martyrdoms seemed mean to the looker on.
No wonder they want a 'looker' to take the taste of him out of their mouths.
Another general term for a herdsman was Looker, whence Luker.
There was no objection to being supported in one's suspicion that, after all, one was a "looker."
I have often met him since as a looker on at shows, and we have occasionally corresponded.
I am only a looker on, and must always be, but it does interest me all the same!
The sight of the latter seemed to thrill the looker like an electric shock.
You're smart and a looker, and I guess you want to go out and see the world.
Ill see Looker about it on Monday and fix the matter up with him.
He was surprised to find that the callers were Mr. Looker and his son Buck.
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