Look—see the way she is formed, so lithe, loose-limbed, agile.
So you see I had a fairly good-all-round kind of a 'look see.'
Johnny did “look see,” and the thoughts that passed through his mind as he looked were strange indeed.
You wash hands after your lady, and you look see there be two seats betwixt her and you—no nearer you go (Note 2).
Now look—see how far back in the mists of antiquity my own family of Swancourt have a root.
Look, father, look—see yonder is an Angel all in white, descending from heaven!
It's what it says, mon ami; look—see—it is exactly as I read it.
He was merely on a vacation, and intended to peep over the top of the pass for a "look see" and then to return.
Madame—(putting her hand under her husband's nose)—Yes; but look—see, there is a little bit coming off.
To look; have a look: I'm dropping down to look see (1930s+)