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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
look (verb)
transitive verb
1.
to make sure or take care (that something is done)
2.
to ascertain by the use of one's eyes - look what I brought you
3.
a) to exercise the power of vision upon - examine
b) archaic to search for
4.
a) - expect anticipate we look to have a good year
b) to have in mind as an end - looking to win back some lost profits
5.
archaic to bring into a place or condition by the exercise of the power of vision
6.
to express by the eyes or facial expression
7.
intransitive verb
to have an appearance that befits or accords with - looks her age
1.
a) to exercise the power of vision - see
b) to direct one's attention - look upon the future with hope look at the map
c) to direct the eyes - looked up from the newspaper
2.
to have the appearance or likelihood of being - seem it looks unlikely looks to be hard work
3.
to have a specified outlook - the house looked east
4.
to gaze in wonder or surprise - stare
5.
to show a tendency - the evidence looks to acquittal expect
look (noun)
1.
a) the act of - looking
b) - glance
2.
a) the expression of the countenance
b) physical appearance , especially attractive physical appearance - usually used in plural
c) a combination of design features giving a unified appearance - a new look in women's fashions
3.
the state or form in which something appears
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
look (noun)
1.
facial appearance regarded as an indication of mood or feeling
SYNONIMS:
cast, countenance, expression, face, visage
RELATED WORDS:
frown, grimace, lower ( lour), mouth, pout, scowl; grin, smile; air, appearance, aspect, bearing, demeanor, manner, mien, presence
look (noun)
2.
an instance of looking especially briefly
SYNONIMS:
cast, eye, gander, glance, glimpse, peek, peep, regard, sight, view
RELATED WORDS:
gape, gaze, glare, leer, ogle, stare; side-glance; squinny, squint; coup d'oeil
look (noun)
3.
the outward form of someone or something especially as indicative of a quality
SYNONIMS:
aspect, dress, figure, garb, look, mien, outside, presence, regard
RELATED WORDS:
air, attitude, bearing, behavior, comportment, demeanor, deportment, manner, poise, pose; carriage, posture, stance; cast, mold, shape, turn; color, coloring, complexion; countenance, face, features, habit, habitus, person [], physiognomy, superficies, visage
look (noun)
Array
the qualities in a person or thing that as a whole give pleasure to the senses
SYNONIMS:
aesthetics ( esthetics), attractiveness, beauteousness, beautifulness, comeliness, cuteness, fairness, gorgeousness, handsomeness, looks, loveliness, prettiness, sightliness
RELATED WORDS:
allure, appeal, attraction, fascination, glamour ( glamor); charm, delightfulness, elegance, exquisiteness, gloriousness, radiance, radiancy, resplendence, resplendency, splendidness, splendiferousness, sublimeness, sublimity, superbness; desirability, desirableness, foxiness, lusciousness, nubility, pulchritude, seductiveness, sex appeal, sexiness, shapeliness, tastiness, toothsomeness, yumminess; flawlessness, perfection; daintiness, delicacy; flamboyance, flashiness, glossiness, showiness, slickness, splashiness
NEAR ANTONYMS:
disagreeableness, dreadfulness, foulness, ghastliness, horribleness, loathsomeness, nastiness, offensiveness, repellency, repulsiveness, terribleness, vileness; blemish, flaw, imperfection
grotesqueness, hideousness, homeliness, plainness, ugliness, unattractiveness, unbecomingness, unloveliness, unsightliness
look (verb)
1.
to give the impression of being
SYNONIMS:
act, appear, come across (as), come off (as), feel, look, make, sound
RELATED WORDS:
dissemble, pretend; recall, resemble, suggest; hint, imply, insinuate
look (verb)
2.
to make known (as an idea, emotion, or opinion)
SYNONIMS:
air, expound, give, look, raise, sound, state, vent, ventilate, voice
RELATED WORDS:
advertise, announce, declare, enounce, enunciate, proclaim, say; broadcast, circulate, disseminate, publish; describe, write, write up; sound off, speak out, speak up; chime in; communicate, convey, put across, put over; offer, submit
NEAR ANTONYMS:
censor, restrain, restrict
stifle, suppress
look (verb)
3.
to have in mind as a purpose or goal
SYNONIMS:
aim, allow, aspire, calculate, contemplate, design, go, look, mean, meditate, plan, propose, purport, purpose
RELATED WORDS:
dream, hope, wish; consider, debate, mull (over), ponder; attempt, endeavor, strive, struggle, try; plot, scheme; accomplish, achieve, effect, execute, perform
look (verb)
to make note of (something) through the use of one's eyes
SYNONIMS:
behold, catch, descry, discern, distinguish, espy, eye, look (at), note, notice, observe, perceive, regard, remark, sight, spot, spy, view, witness
RELATED WORDS:
identify, make out, pick out, pick up; attend (to), consider, heed, mark, mind; study, watch; examine, inspect, scan, scrutinize, survey; glance (at), glimpse, peer (at)
NEAR ANTONYMS:
disregard, ignore, neglect, overpass, pass over; miss, overlook
look (verb)
to search through or into
SYNONIMS:
delve (into), dig (into), examine, inquire (into), investigate, look (into), probe, research
RELATED WORDS:
inspect, sift, study, view; browse, cruise, peruse, scan, skim (through), surf, thumb (through); coinvestigate, reinvestigate
look (verb)
to think of in a particular way
SYNONIMS:
account, call, count, esteem, hold, look (on upon), rate, reckon, regard, set down, view
RELATED WORDS:
believe, deem, feel, sense, think; conceive, fancy, imagine
look (verb)
to stand or sit with the face or front toward
SYNONIMS:
front, look (toward), point (toward)
RELATED WORDS:
abut, adjoin, border, bound, fringe, margin, meet, neighbor, rim, skirt, touch; command, dominate, overlook; look down (on)
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