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look

(Complexion), noun appearance, aspect, bearing, cast, color, complexion, condition, configuration, demeanor, deportment, fashion, feature, figure, front, general aspect, guise, idea, impression, manner, mien, quality, seeming, semblance, shape, show, thought
Associated concepts: first look

look

(Sight), noun contemplation, gaze, glimpse, glower, inspection, observance, reconnaissance, regard, survey, view, vision

look

verb attend, be a spectator, be cautious of, be closely observant, be on guard, be on the lookout for, contemplate, examine, explore, eye, gaze at, inspect, keep under observation, look at, monitor, note, notice, pay attention to, peer, perceive, regard, scrutinize, see, sport, stare, stare at, study, survey, tend, view, visualize, watch, witness
Associated concepts: a free look, cancellation in insurance
See also: appear, appearance, aspect, behavior, complexion, condition, configuration, demean, demeanor, deportment, feature, form, manner, notice, observation, observe, presence, regard, semblance, state, vision, watch
References in classic literature ?
I could see that twice or thrice he looked back as if to ascertain if I were still watching him, or perhaps to assure himself that I was not following at a distance.
He looked over his shoulder uneasily, turned as if to speak to us, but only stared in a curious blind manner, and again looked back.
As they turned it, the sun-burned sailor twice stopped his companion again, and twice looked back.
To console himself, he turned towards the Great Stone Face, which, like a faithful and long-remembered friend, looked back and smiled upon him through the vista of the forest.
He would not come with me, and I left him on the seat; when I was far away I looked back, and he was still sitting there forlornly.
He often looked back at this, and, more than once, stopped to let it pass over; but, somehow, when he went forward again, it was still behind him, coming mournfully and slowly up, like a shadowy funeral train.
As Estella looked back over her shoulder before going out at the door, Miss Havisham kissed that hand to her, with a ravenous intensity that was of its kind quite dreadful.