Third-person singular simple present indicative form of look.(verb)
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Use "looks" in a sentence
"She looks like a high school student trying to explain that it only * looks* like she's been caught trying to run the biggest con ever."
"Looks very Shaun of the Dead…..looks like a winner, I hope they subtitle it although it looks like you can figure out what they are saying just by watching the movie, and the guy speaks english when he opens the treasure chest "Fortune and Glory"."
"If you and I see a telescope from the same viewing angle, for example, then even if I do not recognize it as a telescope and you do (so that our experiences differ representationally at this level), the way the telescope looks to both of us is likely pretty much the same (in the phenomenal sense of ˜looks™)."