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ˈlʊk ərlook·er

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. spectator, witness, viewer, watcher, lookernoun

    a close observer; someone who looks at something (such as an exhibition of some kind)

    "the spectators applauded the performance"; "television viewers"; "sky watchers discovered a new star"

  2. smasher, stunner, knockout, beauty, ravisher, sweetheart, peach, lulu, looker, mantrap, dishnoun

    a very attractive or seductive looking woman


  1. Lookernoun

    A person who is physically very attractive, especially a beautiful woman.


  1. lookernoun

    One that looks (actively), watches.

  2. lookernoun

    One having a specific look, appearance.

  3. lookernoun

    Someone or something who is remarkably good-looking.

    Wow, your new man is much more of a looker than your last one!

  4. Etymology: to look + -er

Samuel Johnson's Dictionary

  1. Lookernoun

    Etymology: from look.

    Shepherds poor pipe, when his harsh sound testifies anguish, into the fair looker on, pastime not passion enters. Philip Sidney.

    Such labour is then more necessary than pleasant, both to them which undertake it, and for the lookers on. Richard Hooker.

    My business in this state
    Made me a looker on here in Vienna;
    Where I have seen corruption boil and bubble
    Till it o’er-run the stew. William Shakespeare, Meas. for Measure.

    Did not this fatal war affront thy coast,
    Yet fattest thou an idle looker on. Edward Fairfax, b. i.

    The Spaniard’s valour lieth in the eye of the looker on; but the English valour lieth about the soldier’s heart: a valour of glory and a valour of natural courage are two things. Francis Bacon.

    The people love him;
    The lookers on, and the enquiring vulgar,
    Will talk themselves to action. John Denham, Sophy.

    He wish’d he had indeed been gone,
    And only to have stood a looker on. Joseph Addison, Ovid.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Lookernoun

    one who looks


  1. Looker

    Looker is a 1981 science fiction film written and directed by Michael Crichton. It starred Albert Finney, Susan Dey, and James Coburn. Former NFL linebacker Tim Rossovich was featured as the villain's main henchman. The film is a suspense/science fiction piece which comments upon and satirizes media, advertising, TV's effects on the populace, and ridiculous standard of beauty. Though spare in visual effects, the film is notable for being the first commercial film to attempt to make a realistic computer generated character, for the model named "Cindy." It was also the first film to create 3-D shading with a computer, months before the release of the better-known Tron.


  1. Looker

    Established in 2011, Looker is an inventive software company that focuses on the intersection of economics and engineering-helping customers use data to achieve success. A newcomer to the Business Intelligence (BI) industry, they believe that businesses can only thrive when information is easily accessible and consistently defined across the entire organization. Looker is building true discovery-driven businesses, one customer at a time.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of looker in Chaldean Numerology is: 8

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of looker in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4

Examples of looker in a Sentence

  1. Thomas Kurian:

    Google Cloud is being used by many of the leading organizations in the world for analytics and decision-making, the combination of Google Cloud Google Cloud and Looker will enable customers to harness data in new ways to drive their digital transformation.

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