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Synonyms for look

consider

face

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seem

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look after something or someone

look back on something

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look down on or upon someone

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look forward to something

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look into something

look like something

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look on or upon something or someone

look out for something

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  • be careful of
  • beware
  • watch out for
  • pay attention to
  • be wary of
  • be alert to
  • be vigilant about
  • keep an eye out for
  • be on guard for
  • keep your eyes open for
  • keep your eyes peeled for
  • keep your eyes skinned for
  • be on the qui vive for

look over something

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look someone up

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look something up

look to something

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look to something or someone

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look up to someone

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Synonyms for look

to direct the eyes on an object

to try to find something

to have the appearance of

look after: to have the care and supervision of

look for: to look forward to confidently

look in: to go to or seek out the company of in order to socialize

look into: to go into or through for the purpose of making discoveries or acquiring information

look on: to have the face or front turned in a specific direction

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look out: to be careful

look over: to view broadly or from a height

look up: to go to or seek out the company of in order to socialize

an act of directing the eyes on an object

a disposition of the facial features that conveys meaning, feeling, or mood

the way something or someone looks

Synonyms for look

the feelings expressed on a person's face

physical appearance

the general atmosphere of a place or situation and the effect that it has on people

have a certain outward or facial expression

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be oriented in a certain direction, often with respect to another reference point

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take charge of or deal with

convey by one's expression

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look forward to the probable occurrence of

accord in appearance with

have faith or confidence in

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Bill is walking away from her, not looking back, walking in the track of Nadine's car.
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If you have an old photo you think would be perfect for this spot, send it to Looking Back, The Register-Guard, P.
We can't waste our energy and spend our lives looking back, filled with all the pain of the past.
I look at myself 20 years from now looking back on this,'' Erstad said.
I wanted to make this movie now, while it seems fresh, rather than waiting and being older and cynical and looking back with nostalgia at first love,'' Green says.
Looking back, Taylor wonders if he made a mistake by not sitting Asghari down sooner.
But there is also a message of hope in her depiction, which shows a woman marching forward with a face looking back at the crying sun and tree, but also facing the spectator and staring into the future.
Looking back, it was obvious from the start Pepperdine wasn't scared or intimidated by Indiana and all its history, nor was it afraid of the maniacal Bobby Knight patrolling the sidelines.
To me, it's always been a struggle, but looking back at 17 years in the biz, I'm comfortable enough financially that whatever I'm doing, I'm doing OK.
Now I'm looking back at the accident - it is just a miracle that I survived,'' Paik said.
If you have an old photo that would be a perfect image for this spot, send it to Looking Back, The Register-Guard, P.
If we were better, it would have been a lot more fun, but looking back, it was fun.
Anita Siraki still needs to correct a habit of looking back during races.
Those qualities are amply displayed in Ed Burns' new film, ``No Looking Back,'' a pointless look at a few working-class stiffs that contains drab settings, bland characters, one-dimensional dialogue and all the suspense of a ``Titanic'' Oscar night.