looking[ loo k ]SEE DEFINITION OF looking
Synonyms for looking
- feast one's eyes
- get a load of
- pore over
- take a gander
- take in the sights
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LOOKING
He turned and faced Percival, looking from him to his sandwich with vacant eyes.
"He must have stolen it," muttered Halbert, looking after Robert with disappointment and chagrin.
"He's the proudest beggar I ever met," thought Halbert, looking after him.
Just then Ben Haley, looking from the window, saw some chickens in the yard.
"You will find my father in his office," she said, looking a little disappointed.
“Thou art a big fellow for a school,” said his uncle, looking him over.
"No, sir," said Robert, looking boldly in the face of his former employer.
The old man was looking at her with frank and friendly apology for his intrusion.
Looking around him, he at length, from the edge of the valley, descried Robert.
What do you mean by looking me in the face in that impudent manner?