Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • To look up.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • intransitive verb obsolete To look or gaze up.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • verb obsolete to look up

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Examples

  • Also, at ten years of age, I became a newsboy on the streets of a city, and found myself with a changed uplook.

    What Life Means to Me

  • The change from land to water, from narrow and stony streets to the wide, free outlook and uplook of a great river, the varied life of a crowded ferry-boat and of a busy harbor, the magnetic sympathies of a multitude let loose from toil and perforce at a stand-still for the time, -- all this insures a transition of mind as well as transfer of body.

    Lippincott's Magazine, November 1885

  • Also, at ten years of age, I became a newsboy on the streets of a city, and found myself with a changed uplook.

    What Life Means to Me

  • Also, at ten years of age, I became a newsboy on the streets of a city, and found myself with a changed uplook.

    What Life Means to Me

  • Also, at ten years of age, I became a newsboy on the streets of a city and found myself with a changed uplook.

    What Life Means to Me

  • Introspection, and retrospection were good for the cloister; but the uplook, the outlook and the onlook are alone worthy the modern Christian.

    Work Done for Humanity

  • One vision, specially clear and unreasonable, for he had not even been conscious of noting it, was the face of the youth cleaning the gun; its intent, stolid, yet startled uplook at the kitchen doorway, quickly shifted to the girl carrying the cider jug.

    Complete Project Gutenberg John Galsworthy Works

  • One vision, specially clear and unreasonable, for he had not even been conscious of noting it, was the face of the youth cleaning the gun; its intent, stolid, yet startled uplook at the kitchen doorway, quickly shifted to the girl carrying the cider jug.

    Five Tales

  • Also, at ten years of age, I became a newsboy on the streets of a city, and found myself with a changed uplook.

    Revolution, and Other Essays

  • Any uplook to something beautiful and high and fine above you partakes of the nature of worship.

    Our Unitarian Gospel

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