The Word is:”look”
verb: look; 3rd person present: looks; past tense: looked; past participle: looked; gerund or present participle: looking; adjective: -looking
1. direct one’s gaze in a specified direction.
“people were looking at him”
synonyms: glance, gaze, stare, gape, peer, fix one’s gaze, focus; peep, peek, take a look; watch,
see, observe, view, regard, pay attention to, take note of, mark, check out;
glimpse, spot, spy, lay one’s eyes on, catch sight of, eye, take in, ogle;
informal take a gander, give someone/something a/the once-over, have a squint, get a load of, rubberneck, recce;
informal take a dekko, take a butcher’s, take a shufti, clock, gawp;
archaicbehold, espy, descry
“Mrs. Wright looked at him”
“he glanced up once but looked right through me”
synonyms:snub, ignore, slight, spurn, shun, disdain, look past, turn one’s back on, give someone the cold shoulder, cold-shoulder, freeze out, steer clear of; send to Coventry;
informalgive someone the brush-off, cut, cut dead, knock back, give someone the go-by;informal blank
“the woman, once so friendly, now looked right through her”
express (something) by one’s gaze.
“Poirot looked a question”
“we looked through all the books and this was still the one we liked best”
“he spent the day looking round Edinburgh”
“people finishing work don’t look where they’re going”
2. regard in a specified way.
“I look at tennis differently from some coaches”
synonyms: regard, consider, think of, deem, judge, count, see, view, take, reckon, believe to be
“people he looked on as friends took advantage of him”
“a committee is looking at the financing of the BBC”
“Howard has been looking for you”
synonyms: search for, hunt for, seek, look about/around/round for, cast about/around/round for, try to find, try to track down, forage for, scout out, quest for/after
“she looked for her comb, but couldn’t find it”
3. have the appearance or give the impression of being.
“mum looked unhappy”
“both visitors looked shocked”
show a likelihood of.
“Leeds didn’t look like scoring from any of their corners”
“he just didn’t look himself at all”
4. rely on (someone) to do or provide something.
“she will look to you for help”
“they got themselves into trouble and now look to the government for help”
take care; make sure.
“Look ye obey the masters of the craft”
noun: look; plural noun: looks
1. an act of directing one’s gaze in order to see someone or something.
“let me get a closer look”
synonyms: glance, observation, view, examination, study, inspection, scan, survey, sight, peep,
informalshufti, dekko, butcher’s; informalgeek, squiz; informalJack Nohi
“have a look at this report”
“the orderly gave me a funny look”
synonyms: expression, mien
“the puzzled look on her face turned to one of irritation”
“the government should take a look at the amount of grant the council receives”
2. the appearance of someone or something, especially as expressing a particular quality.
“the bedraggled look of the village”
synonyms: appearance, air, aspect, bearing, cast, manner, mien, demeanour, features, semblance, guise, facade, impression, effect; More
atmosphere, mood, quality, ambience, feeling, flavour
“he had a shifty look about him”
“he had charm, good looks, and an amusing insouciance”
“Italian designers unveiled their latest look”
synonyms: fashion, style, vogue, mode, trend, fad, craze, rage, mania
“the latest look for this season is lean and elegant”
exclamation: look; exclamation: look here
1. used to call attention to what one is going to say.
“‘Look, this is ridiculous.’”
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