Look

In all cases as far as my eyes can see, it is used as a verb in The Hobbit.

• 1.005 although he looked
• 1.006 and the hobbits had almost forgotten what he looked like.
• 1.008 But Gandalf looked at him from under long bushy eyebrows
• 1.060 and trying to look as if this was all perfectly ordinary
• 1.068 and in the dim light it made him look strange
• 1.080 And men looked up with faces pale;
• 1.083 He looked out of the window.
• 1.095 He looks more like a grocer than a burglar!’
• 1.111 which has been made to look exactly like the side of the Mountain.
• 1.114 Now things begin to look more hopeful.
• 1.124 They looked very grim but they said very little.
• 1.140 and have a look round.
• 2.026 and he looked rather comic.
• 2.028 On some of them were old castles with an evil look,
• 2.037 When they had looked at it for some while,
• 2.044 if it don’t look like mutton again tomorrer,”
• 2.051 look what I’ve copped!” said William.
• 2.075 and looked at the fire,
• 2.106 as they looked at him.
• 2.110 We must look into it!”
• 2.115 “These look like good blades,”
• 2.116 and looked fit to eat,
• 2.119 “To look ahead,” said he.
• 3.001 Dark and drear it looked,
• 3.002 that looked so big before.
• 3.008 and they looked down surprised to see trees below them
• 3.008 some of them green pleasant places to look at,
• 3.010 as he looked for the stones,
• 3.011 and looked over the edge.
• 3.013 and he looked up at the stars.
• 3.019 “Just look! Bilbo the hobbit on a pony,
• 3.035 That day he looked at the swords they had brought
• 3.042 “not when you look straight at them.
• 4.002 Now they could look back over the lands they had left,
• 4.008 and Kili to look for a better shelter.
• 4.008 if you look,
• 4.014 and look.
• 4.033 when he looked at it,
• 5.087 and was always going back to look at it.
• 5.101 and as he looked towards it,
• 5.142 Look out for the door,’
• 6.001 and he looked back.
• 6.001 Then he looked forward
• 6.003 and look for his friends.
• 6.008 into those abominable tunnels to look for him,
• 6.009 Either you help me to look for him,
• 6.023 The dwarves looked at him
• 6.024 He gave Bilbo a queer look from under his bushy eyebrows,
• 6.039 As they went on Bilbo looked from side to side
• 6.044 Look at the light!’
• 6.067 and looked down upon the ring of the Wargs,
• 6.067 that could look at the sun unblinking,
• 6.086 He used to turn queer if he looked over the edge
• 6.086 when he looked down between his dangling toes
• 6.100 nor remember what it looked like.
• 7.001 He jumped up to look at the time
• 7.003 even if you look rather like one.
• 7.005 and below them were trees that looked like oaks
• 7.011 I may look
• 7.012 and looked most distressed,
• 7.032 and looked at them intently with very intelligent faces;
• 7.035 They don’t look dangerous.
• 7.046 and looked at the flowers
• 7.069 they looked so comical.
• 7.082 But look here, Gandalf,
• 7.116 They must have looked very queer from outside,
• 7.135 I hope you like the look of it.
• 7.140 I will look after that.
• 7.142 and don’t look so glum.
• 7.149 You have got to look after all these dwarves for me,’
• 8.008 or looked it
• 8.015 but it looks to me as if it was just drawn up on the bank,
• 8.021 Bilbo was on the look out,
• 8.032 and look for the hart,
• 8.040 and have a look round.
• 8.043 He looked at the ‘black emperors’
• 8.054 They all looked,
• 8.055 It looks as if my dreams were coming true,’
• 8.058 and looked into a clearing
• 8.078 but obviously he had first of all to look for his friends,
• 8.078 and in what direction he should go first to look for the dwarves.
• 8.096 and look for me?
• 8.111 This time there looked like being a horrible battle.
• 8.114 It looked pretty hopeless.
• 8.126 and look for anything,
• 8.128 and looked round at them.
• 8.134 The king looked sternly on Thorin,
• 9.004 He did not at all like the look of the cavern-mouth,
• 9.006 and though he looked grimly at them,
• 9.045 He has had his share by the looks of it.’
• 9.051 It looked as if he would certainly lose his friends this time
• 9.066 we might have had a look inside,’
• 10.002 and looked across the marshes to the forest.
• 10.002 and now he did not like the look of it
• 10.006 that any water that was not the sea could look so big.
• 10.006 It was so wide that the opposite shores looked small
• 10.010 and a savage look
• 10.020 and he looked it,
• 10.034 and looked from one to the other.
• 10.038 Thorin looked
• 10.039 He had not forgotten the look of the Mountain,
• 11.007 He looked both sad
• 11.008 until lying hidden behind a rock they could look out
• 11.009 they look like spies of evil.’
• 11.014 Bilbo came on what looked like rough steps going upwards.
• 11.014 because it was so small that it looked
• 12.005 Fili and Kili looked uncomfortable
• 12.044 Smaug certainly looked fast asleep,
• 12.046 I only wished to have a look at you
• 12.076 Look!’
• 12.083 and I don’t like the look of him.’
• 13.013 and have a look round before the luck turns.’
• 13.019 At last he looked down upon it,
• 13.035 Royal indeed did Thorin look,
• 13.038 but I expect I look rather absurd.
• 13.055 But look down there!
• 13.071 They looked West
• 14.002 and they looked seldom at it,
• 14.004 Look!’ said one.
• 14.020 Look for the hollow of the left breast
• 14.042 and looked on the ruins of the town.
• 15.028 to the right as one looked outwards from the wall.
• 15.037 The heart is bold that looks on gold;
• 15.050 we look on you as foes
• 16.001 and bade them eagerly to look for it
• 16.022 though perhaps he doesn’t know me to look at.
• 16.040 The Elvenking looked at Bilbo with a new wonder.
• 16.040 than many that have looked more comely
• 17.060 On all this Bilbo looked with misery.
• 17.062 in the gloom Bilbo looked round.
• 17.065 Many wondering eyes looked up,
• 18.010 and we have looked for you long.
• 18.010 I have been sent to look here for the last time.
• 18.016 He looked up as Bilbo came beside him.
• 18.042 and their hearts looked forward after winter to a spring of joy.
• 19.032 Look at last on meadows green
• 19.033 Gandalf looked at him.

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