- From Middle English underlōken ("to be suspicious of; look at with mistrust"), equivalent to under- + look. (Wiktionary)
“_ To _underlook_; to imagine or infer that appearances misrepresent; hence one who _suspects_ is inclined to _look beneath_ the surface.”
“Hilton watched his impetuous brother with a brooding underlook.”
“Hilton gave him a quick underlook but did not interfere.”
“The other man smiled comprehension, though he scanned Hozier with a quick underlook.”
“The Pole bent his gleaming gray eyes on the Briton with a curious underlook of inquiry.”
“She had never before seen Felix really angry; but even in the extremity of her distress she could not fail to note a strange glitter in the gray eyes now fixed on her in a fiery underlook.”
“I was just wondering how you felt about it, now," she said, with an underlook at her husband.”
“Upon a rough table-ledge, they came to it at last; the place where they could lean in between the trees, and overlook and underlook the shining tumult, -- the shifting, yet enduring apparition of delight.”
“Robin, cap in hand, watched his receding footsteps with an underlook; and then, attended by his faithful Crisp, repaired to the cottage, where”
“They are from a writer, who of all other men, knows how to extricate a common thing from commonness, and to give it an underlook of pleasant consciousness and wisdom.”
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