see through[ see-throo ]SEE DEFINITION OF see through
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What's that I see through the hole in your waistcoat pocket?
What if Neill Sheridan, poking about alone with a candle, could see through that veil?
But Wyland, the monk, was a man of magic and could see through things.
We may not be able to see through the lead curtains, but we can break down the door.
If only he could see through; if only he had a Mercutian search beam now.
When he approached a window you could see through his ribs, so skinny had he become.
I can see through your game, I see you want to come it over me with your honeyed words.
See through that window, Fyles and Joe are coming over to you.
For a minute he caught even me this time, but I see through him now.
The water, as much of it as I could see through the fog, was no longer flat and calm.