a visual inspection or survey; look; examination: have a look-see.
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How to use look-see in a sentence
No wonder the rape onlookers in Richmond were enjoying a free look-see while they filmed with their cell phones.
The pilot licked dry lips and wondered what would happen if he swung down there and just walked in for a look-see.Star Born | Andre Norton
The next morning we turned out early, and got our first real “look-see.”The Head Hunters of Northern Luzon From Ifugao to Kalinga | Cornelis De Witt Willcox
Johnny did “look see,” and the thoughts that passed through his mind as he looked were strange indeed.Mystery Wings | Roy J. Snell
When you carry weapons like that for protection never put it in your pocket without a look-see.The Pagan Madonna | Harold MacGrath
Sitting on hands has never been my delight, so I exited the shuttler and went down the hill for another look-see.Attrition | Jim Wannamaker
British Dictionary definitions for look-see
informal a brief inspection or look
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