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Verb: look back
Meaning: to think about the past.
Don’t look back on your past.
She looked back on her childhood.
She looked back on her school days.
They like to look back on old times.
Don’t look back. Focus on the future.
I often look back at my younger years.
I sometimes look back on my childhood.
I looked back upon my happy school days.
The old man often looks back on his youth.
Old people look back on the past too much.
He often looks back on his high school days.
It was twenty years ago as I look back on it.
There is one thing I look back on with regret.
Old people are inclined to look back on the past.
Ten years is a short time when we look back at it.
Let’s look back on the history of the United States.
I don’t tend to look back and regret what I’ve done.
She regretted deeply when she looked back on her life.
In looking back, I feel deeply grateful to my parents.
I sometimes look back on the good days I had in London.
The old man was always looking back on the good old days.
Sometimes it is pleasant to look back on one’s childhood.
When I look back upon those days, it all seems like a dream.
The old man spent most of his time looking back on his youth.
Sometimes we need to look back to know where we are going to.
When I look back on my life, I realize how much time I wasted.
I cannot look back on my adolescence without feeling depressed.
I think everyone looks back on their childhood with some regret.
Enjoy the little things, for one day you may look back and realize they were the big things.
We look back on days gone by, if not always with affections, at any rate with a kind of wistfulness.