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Verb: look on
Meaning: to watch an event without getting involved.
He just looked on with his arms folded.
The others played, but Tom just looked on.
He just looked on and didn’t stop the quarrel.
We were looking on as they quarreled.
Dan savagely beat Linda while their son looked on.
Meaning: Watch something like a crime without helping
The crowd just LOOKED ON as the old lady was mugged.
Meaning: to think about something or someone in a particular way.
I look on her as my sister.
We look on her as a loose woman.
I look on her as my best friend.
I looked on him as the boss.
She looks on him as her master.
I look on him as my best friend.
I look on you as my best friend.
They looked on me as their leader.
Everyone looked on me as a leader.
They looked on him as their leader.
They looked on him as an authority.
He looked on the plan as impossible.
They looked on him as a great judge.
They looked on him as a great scholar.
He looked on the plan with great favor.
They looked on the writer as first-rate.
I look on watching TV as a waste of time.
He looked on this role as his big chance.
They looked on this success as most important.
Carelessness was looked on as a serious defect.
Everybody had looked on him as a good-for-nothing.
Proficient in English, he is looked on as a good teacher.
She is looked on as the leading authority on the subject.
Modern man looks on money as a means to getting more money.
Many people, if not most, look on literary taste as an elegant accomplishment.
I cannot look on anybody as a national hero with the exception of Shigeo Nagashima.
She looked on his decision as a grave mistake.