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Definition of Lookout

Lookout

  1. A careful looking or watching for any object or event.
  2. The place from which such observation is made.
  3. A person engaged in watching.
  4. Object or duty of forethought and care; responsibility.

Lookout Quotations

To be a surrealist means barring from your mind all remembrance of what you have seen, and being always on the lookout for what has never been.
Rene Magritte

When I meet a new person, I am on the lookout for signs of what he or she is loyal to. It is a preliminary clue to the sense of belonging, and hence of his or her humanity.
Haniel Long

Women are always eagerly on the lookout for any emotion.
Stendhal

Most sailing ships take what they call trainees, who pay to be part of the crew. The Picton Castle takes people who are absolutely raw recruits. But you can't just ride along. You're learning to steer the ship, navigation; you're pulling lines, keeping a lookout; in the galley you're cooking.
Billy Campbell

I'm a big fan of teatowels and am always on the lookout for a good one.
Nick Cave
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Lookout Translations

lookout in German is Aussehen {n}