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Synonyms of To see
To see: To perceive with the eyes.
-You can see a house in the distance.
To glance: To take a quick look at someone or something.
-She anxiously glanced around.
To stare: To look fixedly at someone or something.
-Don't stare at this old lady like that, it's not polite.
-The doll's eyes were set in an unchanging stare.
To spot: to catch sight of.
To recognize or pick out.
-We spotted her in the crowd.
To notice: To see or become conscious of someone or something.
-I noticed a crack in the ceiling.
-He noticed the woman was staring at him.
To eye: To look at closely or with interest.
-Mary eyed him warily.
To scan: To look at all parts of something carefully in order to detect some feature.
-He raised his binoculars to scan the coast.
-A quick scan of the sports pages.
To gaze: To look steadily and intently, especially in admiration, surprise or thought.
A steady intent look.
-He could only gaze at her in astonishment.
To glimpse: A very brief view, short look.
-He only had time for a glimpse at her before she disappeared.
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