Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Appearance; aspect; countenance.
- n. Glance of the eye; regard.
- n. Search or searching: as, a careful looking for names and dates.
- v. present participle of look.
- n. obsolete The act of one who looks; a glance.
- n. obsolete The manner in which one looks; appearance; countenance.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Having a certain look or appearance; -- often compounded with adjectives
- n. The act of one who looks; a glance.
- n. obsolete The manner in which one looks; appearance; countenance; face.
- adj. appearing to be as specified; usually used as combining forms
- n. the act of searching visually
- n. the act of directing the eyes toward something and perceiving it visually
“The reality is, when a man has been looking at his wife for x amount of years,,looking at someone else's wife in sexy clothing is a whole lot more fun.”
“LESSON IX. impos'ing, _grand looking; of great size_. glar'ing, _fierce looking_. lim'its, _space_.”
“In _who are looking reproach_, what is the object complement of _are looking_?”
“Or rather, she felt that she was neither looking up nor down, but that she was looking_ through ....”
“Capella Palatine, which from pavement to domed ceiling is all gold: one really feels as if one was sitting in the heart of a great honey-comb looking at angels singing: and _looking_ at angels, or indeed at people, singing, is much nicer than listening to them, for this reason: the great artists always give to their angels lutes without strings, pipes without vent-holes, and reeds through which no wind can wander or make whistlings.”
“I didn’t make a habit of looking at emails unless management was looking for something, usually a reason to fire someone..looking at porno or what not..”
“I pored over the label looking for the list of ingredients and found nothing but a crude list of warnings.”
“Sometimes I see his expression looking back at me in the mirror, or in the odd photograph; a delicious ironic look full of mischief.”
“Curt, I'll send you the cover to the edition I have which has a big footprint and the title looking all bloody on it.”
“Well, the first place to begin looking is spots where ethnic violence has taken place and where democracy is either fragile and/or transitional or where it's nonexistent.”
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