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Looking closely you could see traces of grey in her hair.
Dan looked at his watch.
Susannah looked at herself in the mirror.
If you look through this window, you can see the cathedral.
I don’t know where the keys are. I’ve looked everywhere.
I spent most of the morning looking for my passport.
The burglar had looked through all the cupboards and drawers.
The room looked a complete mess.
He looked about twenty.
‘What does your brother look like?’ ‘He’s tall and thin, with brown hair.’
He looked very funny in his hat.
An important-looking letter arrived for Dave.
Brian looked as if he was going to cry.
Richard doesn’t look his age at all.
He didn’t look himself when I saw him yesterday.
It was a first date, and Emily wanted to look her best.
John thinks that success is being rich, but I don’t look at it like that.
That new film looks good.
Things were beginning to look a bit gloomy.
You’ve made me look such an idiot!
He looks certain to win the competition.
It looks like Bill will be able to come too.
Arsenal never looked like winning the game.
Look! There’s John!
Look, why don’t we meet up for a drink and talk about it then?
It’s not a good idea to travel without insurance: look what happened to Bill.
Look how long it took Mel to get a job.
He strolled towards the huge windows that looked south across London.
My room looked out over the lake.