lookover

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

look +‎ over

Noun[edit]

lookover (plural lookovers)

  1. A brief visual inspection.
    • 2009 April 14, Joe Sharkey, “Looking You Over, With a Shameless Gaze”, New York Times:
      Originally, whole-body imaging was proposed as an alternative for the relatively few passengers chosen for secondary screening, allowing them to opt for a machine lookover rather than a physical pat-down.