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Verb: look for
Meaning: to try to find something or someone
I looked for her
We looked for her.
Please look for it.
Go and look for them.
I’m looking for my cat.
Are you looking for him?
I wasn’t looking for you.
Were you looking for them?
We’re looking for a friend.
Oh, Mary! Tom was just looking for you.
I found the photo you were looking for.
I think this is what you’re looking for.
I understand you’ve been looking for me.
Tom found the picture he was looking for.
I heard you were looking for a babysitter.
I’m looking for my wallet. Have you seen it?
Tom is looking for a bigger house to live in.
I think those are what we’ve been looking for.
He moved to New York, where he looked for a job.
Tom is looking for a good place to pitch the tent.
Shouldn’t we go look for him?
They’ll come looking for her.
We looked for it high and low.
Something is being looked for.
He was looking for a good job.
I have to look for my friends.
Are you still looking for her?
I’m going back to look for Tom.
Nobody wants to look for my car.
I am looking for a house to rent.
What are we looking for exactly?