Did you possibly mean lookout?
- n. alternative spelling of lookout.
“Across from us a kestrel rises from a look-out rock and wheels with motionless wings ever higher and higher on the thermals.”
“As usual, I was on the look-out for historical or stylistic errors.”
“The front door opened onto a balcony that, when I was pretending to be a soldier or warrior, became my look-out post on the world, under the spotlight of the California sun.”
“Yet, one resident who gives tours of a Futenma base look-out, where photographers and school groups gather to watch planes headed overseas take off and land, is ambivalent.”
“That is better than the rate of Wayne Rooney, whose suspension for the group stages of Euro 2012 means the England manager is on the look-out for a reliable stand-in.”
“She is forever on the look-out for those she might devour.”
“Some of them, he saw, were always keen and on the look-out for news; others seemed dazed.”
“In this respect, it might be said that in falling over themselves to be reassuring in the run-up to the crisis, institutions like the World Bank and the IMF connived with the big banks that were on the look-out for lenders of last resort.”
“You Brits might wanna keep a sharp look-out for more shenanigans.”
“When will you be returning from C0, so I can be on look-out for your success.”
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