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look at someone sideways to look at someone with an uncertain, esp. negative, intention.
look back to consider or recall the past. [2 definitions]
look daggers at to look at with hostility or anger.
look down on to consider oneself to be superior to (someone or something) or to have a disdainful opinion of (someone or something). [2 definitions]
look down one's nose at to regard with disdain or contempt.
looker-on (informal) one who looks on or observes; spectator; onlooker.
look for to attempt to find (something or someone); seek. [2 definitions]
look forward to to wait for (something) eagerly.
look-in a quick glance. [2 definitions]
look in to look into a room or building to make sure that a person, thing, or situation is all right, (often fol. by "on").
looking glass a mirror made of glass.
look into to investigate or examine (a matter, possible solution, problem, or the like).
look like (informal) to seem likely based on what one can see or what one knows at the present time; look or seem as if. [2 definitions]
look on to watch an activity as someone else performs it.
lookout the act of keeping watch, searching, or observing. [4 definitions]
look out to pay attention in order to avoid danger or harm. [2 definitions]
look out for to watch or attend to (someone) in order to protect them from harm. [2 definitions]
look out on to face; offer a view of (something).
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.