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Did you see who it was?
I could see she was upset.
It was too dark to see to read.
We saw Hamlet performed by the University Dramatic Society last week.
Have you seen the movie American Beauty?
See chapter 12.
No one could see he was to blame.
I see why you’re angry.
He didn’t see what all the fuss was about.
He seems to see me as a threat.
Where do you see yourself in five years’?
I’ll go and see what he wants.
I’ll see him across the street.
Can I see you home?
I’ll see your 20 dollars.
in an online conversation, repeatedly asking a person questions which suggest that you are interested in what they are talking about, but are actually intended to annoy themBuzzWord Article
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