to use an individual's sight, particularly in certain course or on confirmed object: looking the window; viewed the floor.
to look: We seemed all mid-day but cannot believe it is.
To turn one's glance or gaze: looked off to the right.
to make an individual's interest; attend: looked to his neglected guitar during getaway; looked at the evidence.
to make a person's objectives: looked to us for a solution.
To seem or seem to be: look morose. See Synonyms at appear.
to manage in a specified way: The cottage looks on lake.
To direct the eyes for the true purpose of witnessing one thing; to direct the eyes toward an object; to see because of the eyes while maintaining them directed; -- with various prepositions, often in a unique or figurative feeling. See Phrases below.
To direct the eye (to some thing); to consider; to look at.
To seem; to seem; to have a particular appearance
to own a particular course or situation; to handle; to front side.
into the imperative: see; behold; get sucked in; take care; observe; -- regularly phone interest.
to exhibit a person's self in looking, as by tilting out-of a window. Often used figuratively.
To await the look of anything; to anticipate; to anticipate.
The work or instance of looking: we took one look and I had been sure.
A gaze or look expressive of some thing: offered her a mournful appearance.
Appearance or aspect: a look of good age.
Physical appearance, specially when pleasing.
A distinctive, unified manner of gown or style: the preferred seek out this fall.
The activity of searching, an endeavor to see.
appearance, artistic effect.
A facial expression.
The act of looking; a glance; a sight; a view; -- frequently using phrases.
Expression associated with eyes and face; way.
artistic or facial expression; cast of countenance; private aspect: often found in the plural with a singular sense: as, a benevolent appearance; his looks are against him.
Appearance or seeming generally; the quality of everything as judged because of the attention or even the understanding: since, I do not like the appearance of the sky; the look of the fact (an action, a proposition, and/or like) is bad.
The act of looking or seeing; glimpse: as, loving looks.
to work out the sense or faculty of sight; use the eyes in seeing; fix the picture upon some object, or upon some point or part of space.
Before a word or term signifying way, way, or function: because, look here; look there; he looked straight back; to find anything lost.
Before a preposition governing the thing seen or an intervening item or method: because, to consider a property; to appear over a wall or through a window; to check into a mirror or a novel; to appear upon the wine.
To afford a view or outlook; have a direction; face or be turned: frequently with upon, upon, to, or toward: as, the windows look toward the sea; the house looks upon a narrow street.
maintain view; be mindful; take heed; make sure: as, he takes care of my baggage: made use of intensively inside ejaculatory expressions look out! look sharp!
to look towards the view; have the appearance of being; appear: as, he seems like their sibling; it appears to be as if it would rain; the patient looks better.
To attempt to appear; put-on the appearance of being; believe to be.
To exercise psychological vision or observation (in a specific way); direct your head or comprehension; take serious notice: often with at.
to possess a prospect or expectation; direct your head expectantly; maintain expectation of or pertaining to anything.
to anticipate; anticipate.
to think about; be concerned about.
you may anticipate; matter upon: as, to find great.
To esteem; hold in estimation: previously made use of positively in a great good sense.
To consider; regard; view: with as after the item: because, to appear upon a remark as an affront.
is fast; make haste.
To see-through: see or realize perfectly.
To turn to or rely upon for something with full confidence or expectation: as, he appears in my experience for payment.
Synonyms Appear, etc. See seem.
To see to; manage.
To look or search for; seek; expect.
To search; examine. [Rare.]
To influence in some manner because of the method of looking or appearing: since, to appear one away from countenance.
expressing or manifest by looks, or because of the general aspect.
to pay for a call to; call upon: as, I must look you up some day. [Colloq.]
To cheer up; just take nerve.
To advance; enhance: as, company is finding out about.