GNU Webster's 1913
- n. a swift cursory examination or inspection.
- n. a swift cursory examination or inspection
“When the deadline looms, leap into action, throw something together, give it a quick look-over and send it out.”
“I'm not sure how the portable OO has changed since then, so the instructions may not even work for a modern install, but it's worth a look-over.”
“To save money, ask an experienced real-estate agent to give the house a good look-over instead, says Brandi Pearl Thompson , an agent in the Chattanooga, Tenn., area.”
“The captain, a native Newfoundlander like myself, was a gruff fellow, and after giving me a cursory look-over when I first came aboard promptly dismissed me from his mind.”
“The map was stamped "CONFIDENTIAL," so we naturally gave it a long look-over.”
“Stuck in the hallway, with no escape in sight, I give her a real look-over and notice her skinny legs look like tent poles.”
“ I give myself a look-over, a smell, on the way down.”
“I demand that you translate everything the “old Whitey” is saying," a man in a cheap Mao jacket said, giving us the look-over with a jaundiced eye.”
“Amazon or another e-reader company would be remiss in not giving Pixel Qi tech a good look-over, just as the New York Times is along with other technologies.”
“PT's correspondent is right -- I will be giving the mailing piece a look-over later.”
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