look (v.) Old form(s): look'd, looke
expect, anticipate, hope, await the time
1H6 I.i.38[Winchester to Gloucester] thou art Protector / And lookest to command the Prince and realm
2H4 I.ii.41[Falstaff to Page, of his tailor] I looked 'a should have sent me two-and-twenty yards of satin
H8 V.i.117[King Henry to Cranmer] I looked / You would have given me your petition
KL I.i.295[Gonerill to Regan, of Lear] must we look from his age to receive ... unruly waywardness
R2 I.iii.243[John of Gaunt to King Richard] I looked when some of you should say / I was too strict
Sonn.22.4[] when in thee time's furrows I behold, / Then look I death my days should expiate
Tem V.i.293[Prospero to Caliban] As you look / To have my pardon
Tit III.i.200[Aaron to Titus] Look by and by to have thy sons with thee
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