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Example sentences from the Web for lookup
F—d, the Clerk of the Arraigns, brought off Lookup when indicted for perjury.The Gaming Table: Its Votaries and Victims|Andrew Steinmetz
Lookup, as well as Colonel Charteris,—of notorious memory in the annals of gaming and debauchery,—was from the north of the Tweed.
Lookup, a notorious gambler, was struck down by apoplexy when playing at this game.The Slang Dictionary|John Camden Hotten
The eye of which Lookup had lost the use appeared as perfect as the other, even to a near observer.
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Idioms and Phrases with lookup
Search for in a book or other source, as in I told her to look up the word in the dictionary. [Late 1600s]
Call on or visit, as in I'm going to look up my friend in Chicago. [Mid-1800s]
Become better, improve, as in Business is finally looking up. [c. 1800]
look up to. Admire, respect, as in The students really looked up to Mr. Jones. [Early 1700s]