What dummies we were not to look on those ledges before.
I shudder now to look on thee!
They that would look on her must come to me.
He did not like that last look on her face.
Widowhood and orphanage look on and wring their hands.
The look on his face was not pleasant to see.
They all look on with horror].
The look on his face softened as he turned to her.
Soldier, do not look on the ground.
Definition of Look On
(idiomatic) To watch; to observe without participating. | (idiomatic) To think of something in a particular way. | (idiomatic, usually negative) To approve or to be accepting of something.
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