looker

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look +‎ -er

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    Rhymes: -ʊkə(r)

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looker (plural lookers)

  1. (literally) One that looks or is actively looking; a watcher; an observer.
  2. One having a specific look or appearance.
  3. (slang) Someone or something who is remarkably good-looking.
    Wow, your new man is much more of a looker than your last one!
  4. A person who pretends to be interested in purchasing something but has no intention of doing so.
    Synonym: tyre kicker
    • 2007, Michelle Blain, Your Real Estate Closing Explained Simply
      A good real estate agent will screen and separate potential buyers from lookers at the door []

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