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- v. Present participle of look for.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. anticipation; expectation.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the act of searching visually
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He browsed around the downtown casinos looking for a single-deck game, which he found at the Lady Luck.
It still wasn't entirely clear why God had been looking for Chester Deedes in the first place, unless Chester had somehow managed to steal God's wallet.
And that makes our immune cells a bit like dangerously underchallenged teenagers who are loose on the street just looking for something, anything, to occupy themselves.
If Peltier was looking for help, Jack Mercier seemed to me to be a curious choice.
We had all been looking for an angle to get published since Rusty Miller, at age fourteen, made national news for selling his Star Wars trivia book.
“You looking for Jones?” he repeated under his breath, drawing closer to her.
As one top researcher who prefers to speak off the record puts it, “If you are looking for what the big ‘ahas’ in autoimmune research are going to be in the next few years, you have to look at vaccines.”
I was looking for this girl, Lisa Weiss, and I found Vincent.
“According to the newspaper reports, the police aren't looking for anyone in connection with her death, Mr. Mercier,” I said.
As if reading his thoughts, Ghrovlatrei consulted the array of status displays until she found what she was looking for and pointed to it.