look+upon

  • 1 look upon — index deem, discern (detect with the senses), opine, regard (pay attention) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2 look upon — verb look on as or consider (Freq. 10) she looked on this affair as a joke He thinks of himself as a brilliant musician He is reputed to be intelligent • Syn: ↑think of, ↑repute, ↑regard as, ↑look on …

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  • 3 look upon — verb a) To consider or regard something in a specific manner Some people look upon lexicography as their lifes work. b) To gaze at something; to look on Look upon my works, ye Mighty, and despair! …

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  • 4 look\ upon — • look (up)on v 1. To regard; consider; think of. The stuff had always been looked on as a worthless factory waste. Until the day Bob made the touchdown, the other boys had looked upon him as rather a sissy. 2. To be an observer; watch without… …

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  • 5 look upon — look (up)on (Roget s Thesaurus II) verb To have the face or front turned in a specific direction: face, front. See PRECEDE …

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  • 6 look upon — see look on * * * see look on …

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  • 7 look upon — See: LOOK ON(1) …

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  • 8 look upon — See: LOOK ON(1) …

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  • 9 look upon — see look on …

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  • 10 look upon — Regard, consider, esteem, look on …

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  • 11 look upon — See look on …

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  • 12 look upon someone as (something) — look upon (someone/something) as (something) to consider someone or something in a particular way. Although she was actually not related to us, we all looked upon her as an aunt. I look upon education as an investment in the future. Usage notes:… …

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  • 13 look upon something as (something) — look upon (someone/something) as (something) to consider someone or something in a particular way. Although she was actually not related to us, we all looked upon her as an aunt. I look upon education as an investment in the future. Usage notes:… …

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  • 14 look upon as (something) — look upon (someone/something) as (something) to consider someone or something in a particular way. Although she was actually not related to us, we all looked upon her as an aunt. I look upon education as an investment in the future. Usage notes:… …

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  • 15 look — [look] vi. [ME loken < OE locian, akin to OS lōkōn, OHG luogēn (Ger dial. lugen), to spy after, look for] 1. to make use of the sense of sight; see 2. a) to direct one s eyes in order to see b) to direct one s attention mentally upon something …

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  • 16 look — /look/, v.i. 1. to turn one s eyes toward something or in some direction in order to see: He looked toward the western horizon and saw the returning planes. 2. to glance or gaze in a manner specified: to look questioningly at a person. 3. to use… …

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  • 17 upon — tends to sound more formal and emphatic than on when the two are used interchangeably: to look upon someone as a friend is a somewhat more imposing proposition than to look on them as a friend. Upon is the only choice in certain fixed expressions …

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  • 18 look on — or[look upon] {v.} 1. To regard; consider; think of. * /The stuff had always been looked on as a worthless factory waste./ * /Until the day Bob made the touchdown, the other boys had looked upon him as rather a sissy./ 2. To be an observer; watch …

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  • 19 look on — or[look upon] {v.} 1. To regard; consider; think of. * /The stuff had always been looked on as a worthless factory waste./ * /Until the day Bob made the touchdown, the other boys had looked upon him as rather a sissy./ 2. To be an observer; watch …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 20 look on — look upon people he looked on as friends took advantage of him Syn: regard, consider, think of, deem, judge, see, view, count, reckon …

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