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  • v. To give a brief visual inspection.
  • v. To scan-read and check for errors.


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  • As her glance came up, she happened to look over his shoulder and spied a tall chifforobe.

    The Best Way to Lose

  • The people on the first floor have too many barriers trees, etc., and most rooms on the second floor look over the South Grounds.

    Barbara Bush

  • “He would look over at me occasionally, and I had to pretend indifference,” Warchaizer recalled.

    One of a Kind

  • For each meal or snack eaten at a 5 or above, look over at the “Situation/ Emotions” column.

    The Life You Want

  • No one likes to look over when you have your arm raised and see a yellow stain in your armpit, that is just plain disgusting!


  • Alan cut a swift look over to her, standing wreathed in ivy-clinging ribbons of fire and apart from them all.

    The Demons Covenant

  • At the top of the rise, he paused to look over the cow-calf pairs that bunched together against the fence.

    Plain Language

  • Kirk strode down to look over the navigator's shoulder, the deadly blinking of the battle-alert lights flickering over him as he moved.


  • Kirk crossed the small transmission-fax cubicle to look over her shoulder at it.


  • Jason exclaimed, with an explosive crack of his fingers that made Jeremy halt in mid-motion of loosening his cravat and look over at him in the fashionable crimson gloom of the hotel suite.



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