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Derived forms of look onlooker-on, noun
Words nearby look on
Idioms and Phrases with look on
Also, look upon. Regard in a certain way, as in I looked on him as a second father, or We looked upon her as a worthy successor. [Early 1600s]
Be a spectator, watch, as in She rode the horse around the ring as her parents looked on. [Late 1500s]
Also, look on with. Read from someone's book, paper, or music at the same time, as in I forgot my score; can I look on with you? [Late 1800s]