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look out to pay attention to avoid danger.
look over to inspect or examine, often briefly.
look-say method a method of teaching reading that uses memorization and recognition of entire words rather than associating letters with sounds.
look-see (informal) a brief, visual examination or investigation.
look up to search for and locate (information), as in a reference book.
look-up in computing, the capacity to search for and locate information in an electronic database. [2 definitions]
look up to to respect; admire.
loom1 a device or machine for weaving fabric. [2 definitions]
loom2 to appear or come into view, often as a very large, dim, or distorted shape. [4 definitions]
loon1 any of several large black and white diving birds that have a laughlike cry.
loon2 a simple-minded, stupid, or lazy person.
loony (informal) silly; foolish. [3 definitions]
loony bin (slang; often offensive) an insane asylum or psychiatric ward.
loop the circular shape made when a piece of string, ribbon, wire, rope, or the like is curved back toward itself. [11 definitions]
looped formed into or having one or more loops. [2 definitions]
looper one that loops. [2 definitions]
loophole a way of avoiding or escaping a requirement, regulation, or the like, esp. by taking advantage of an omission or ambiguity in the written text of a legal contract or other document. [3 definitions]
loose not restrained or confined; free. [15 definitions]
loose cannon one whose uncontrolled behavior endangers others' welfare or efforts.
loose end a detail not yet settled or resolved. [2 definitions]
loose-jointed moving with notable ease, agility, and flexibility; limber. [2 definitions]