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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
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With tears in his eyes the lad looked round once more,
I looked round everywhere, halfexpecting to see a police telephone box materialise.
One engineer who saw the accident said: "I heard a really loud bang and looked round and saw the lads running away.
I looked round the dressing-room as soon as I arrived and it's a fantastic squad.
Sulley looked round the training ground and the Stadium of Light and decided he wanted to come here.
Former Man U star Ronaldo wants EUR6million for the fivebed home and Tevez, who has just joined Manchester City, has already looked round it.
He looked round the purpose-built Castle Hill School in Newsome Road South, Newsome.
Charity workers enjoyed a meal, looked round the Masonic Hall and asked questions about Freemasonry - part of a move towards greater openness by Freemasons in recent years.