Antonyms for over-looked

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Nothing is to be over-looked and despised, that regards them.

Her drug-grooved mind could only follow a single idea at a time and had over-looked the significance of the bandage and dirt.

Blemishes for which at other times deductions would be claimed are now over-looked.

The roofs that were white with laundry were not those directly across from the nursery, but over-looked the next street.

What a lot of interest and sympathy those that are obscure and misunderstood and over-looked always arouse!

In its pursuit of erotic trifles, it had over-looked the new social ideas, the most fundamental of modern times.

The eyes of Mona were focused on the false Oakes—the wrong hand; we ourselves—the hand doing the trick—were over-looked.

Not in any spot in the globe can the treacherous slaughter of many British subjects be over-looked.

I feel sure that you will find with each reading that there are many points that you over-looked before.

The lawn was at the side of the house, not over-looked, enclosed on three sides by a splendid yew hedge.