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look about, be on the watch Rom. III. v. 40 “be wary, look about” ; look after, (1) search for (a person) Cym. III. v. 55; (2) seek for, demand Oth. II. i. 253 “those requisites . . . that folly and green minds look after” ; (3) keep watch upon Meas. I. ii. 154 “Is lechery so looked after?” ; look against, look at (something dazzling) Wiv. II. ii. 259 “too bright to be looked against” ; look back=look back to Ant. III. ix. [xi.] 53 “By looking back what I have left behind”; look beyond, overlook the true character of, misjudge 2H4 IV. iv. 67; look like, give promise of Lucr. 585 “Thou look'dst not like deceit” ; look on, hold in esteem, respect 3H6 V. vii. 22, Ant. III. xi. [xiii.] 109, Per. IV. iii. 32; look out, (1) appear, show itself (S.) Troil. IV. v. 56, Tim. III. ii. 81, Ant. V. i. 50; (2) find out by looking Tim. III. ii. 68 “I'll look you out a good turn” ;
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