How to use Looking-out in a sentence

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  • He was always looking out for them.

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  • Señor Medena colored and stepped over to the window, looking out.

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  • He was sweet as sugar—just a concerned husband looking out for his wife's welfare.

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  • I can't be looking for them while I'm busy looking out for your hide.

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  • Señor Medena was watching Alex, but from the corner of her eye Carmen could see Alex was looking out the window.

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  • His parents were out of town and instead of looking out for Annie; Howard was off drinking the entire night with some older buddies.

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  • I'm glad to see Parkside is looking out for its citizens, regardless of the hour and whether they deserve it or not.

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  • She unpacked the groceries on her own and put everything away before looking out at Charlie.

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  • Ricardo's works, in fact, do not explain a theoretical system, but contain the matured reflections, more or less closely reasoned, of a man of great mental power looking out on the world as it appeared to a business man experienced in affairs.

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  • Beneath the dormitory, looking out into the green court or herbarium, lies the "pisalis" or "calefactory," the common room of the monks.

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  • At another time Clarke on looking out at the window saw a grave blockhead approaching the house; upon which he cried out, "Boys, boys, be wise; here comes a fool."

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  • Señor Medena was watching Alex, but from the corner of her eye Carmen could see Alex was looking out the window.

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  • Señor Medena colored and stepped over to the window, looking out.

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  • He was sweet as sugar—just a concerned husband looking out for his wife's welfare.

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  • He was always looking out for her — at least he used to.

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  • You can too, by looking out for vacancies advertised in the press or checking the main Civil Service gateway on the web.

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  • Some guardian angels must be looking out for me.

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  • I slide off my seat looking out the port and the muzzle blast blows my hair back.

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  • The light in Denmark is such that looking out of the window is like catching a film lit by an Oscar-winning cinematographer.

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  • Dora remembered looking out into the yard at the back, where they had a toilet, and watching the cooper making barrels.

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  • Off the inner hall is the sunny kitchen looking out over the side garden to fields.

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  • Plan to spend time on deck and on the Bridge watching our powerful icebreaker at work and looking out for polar bears.

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  • I got a long shot at driving the boat whilst looking out for other boats.

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  • When I saw a young macaw looking out of the spout nest entrance I was elated!

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  • Journeys sitting in the back of the family station wagon, elbowing siblings and squabbling, looking out into the darkness watching for eyes.

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  • Several soldiers gathered by the wall of the trench, looking out to see what was happening in front.

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  • Here's Berg coming to see us, said she, looking out of the window.

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  • No-one was looking out for untoward effects in cattle.

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  • You began looking out for your baby's health even before he was born, and you will continue to do so.

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  • At the Lincoln Memorial don't forget to take a photo showing the sober Lincoln looking out over the reflection pool.

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  • You can find backdrops of popular cities and places that will give you the sense that you are looking out over the countryside or a cityscape.

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  • She was looking out the window and becoming very agitated that it was raining outside.

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  • Cottons, linens, satins, and dressy knits are perfectly acceptable for hot weddings in early September, but avoid wearing an overly summery print to avoid looking out of place.

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  • Newer employees feel they are part of the team and that other people in the workplace are looking out for them.

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  • The only way you'll know if you aren't getting enough sleep is by looking out for the effects of sleep deprivation.

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  • He had even learned how to adjust the view, and sometimes he'd play with the game where he could see the entire car, and other times he'd switch it so it looked like he was in the car looking out the windshield.

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  • While some feng shui master practitioners believe elephants must be placed in specific areas and facing certain directions, you can be confident that you can place a pair of elephants either facing or looking out of your home.

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  • It would be nice to think that every lender is looking out for your best interests.

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  • Reputable lenders concerned with looking out for the best interests of clients will keep their customers updated on interest rates.

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  • The boy short tankini is a compromise between baring it all and looking out of place on the beach.

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  • Although you can purchase bikinis made with UV protective materials, you're really only looking out for a small portion of your body.

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  • Colors have numerous shades, so it's easy to accidentally purchase a bedspread that almost matches the room, but ends up looking out of place.

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  • The commander's specter is said to be seen looking out of a window in the old hospital building.

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  • Here's what you should be looking out for this season...

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  • Not all codes work for everyone, and these deals come and go quickly, so you'll need to be diligent about looking out for them in order to save.

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  • However, it is worth looking out for, because when it is organic, it is soft, warm and moisture-wicking all day long.

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  • The scenes actually involve the band members going through their regular lives, riding a subway, leaving an elevator and walking down the hallway, looking out the window, talking on the phone, visiting a tattoo shop, and so on.

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  • He was always looking out for her — at least he used to.

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