He looks upon me as a sort of fund that has to be placed or sunk or something, somewhere.
He looks upon the crucifix awhile and presses it to his lips.
Who looks upon a river in a meditative hour, and is not reminded of the flux of all things?
She looks upon it rather as one of the reasonable conditions of progress.
Why do you fasten thus your looks upon my hand: what moves your wonder?
And, after all, you are not the only person who looks upon it as a necessary evil.
Each now looks upon his labor not as a means, but as an end.
Providence but looks upon the water of the commonplace, and behold!
He looks upon other creatures pityingly because they are dumb.
The man is about to let fall his sword when he looks upon what he is about to kill.